GODSENT have announced that their roster is now complete following the signing of Fredrik “freddieb” Buö from Epsilon.

The 23-year-old becomes GODSENT’s new in-game leader, a position that had been vacant since Markus “pronax”Wallsten was moved to the bench, only two weeks ago.

Fredrik “freddieb” Buö, who is GODSENT’s second signing of the Summer following Dennis “dennis” Edman’ arrival fromfnatic, had been part of Epsilon since the British organisation signed the team known as Cringe Gods, in March 2016.

freddieb moves to GODSENT

During his time with Epsilon, the team won several international tournaments, including Pro Gamer League 2016, the Nordic Championship and the WCA World Finals. He made his last appearance for Epsilon last weekend, in the Gfinity Elite Series playoffs, helping the team to win the titlewith a 3-0 success over Prophecy in the final.

“I’m really excited to start a new chapter in my career in GODSENT,” freddieb said in a statement. “It’s going to be awesome playing in a full Swedish lineup again together with a group of really talented players, who have the potential to reach the top if we work hard together.

“I want to thank Epsilon for helping me and the other players get our foot in professional esports and that I will always be grateful for the chance that was given to me.

“Now it is all about GODSENT and I look forward to playing the first official game tomorrow agains EnVyUs in ESL Pro League.”

freddieb is the latest Epsilon talent to be transferred to bigger teams, following in the footsteps of Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun, who also plies his trade for GODSENT, and of current NiP duo William “draken” Sundin and Fredrik“REZ” Sterner.

Meanwhile, GODSENT announced that they are on the lookout for a new head coach as Graham “messioso” Pitt, who took over on an interim basis in June, is set to resume his job as RFRSH Entertainment’s Head of Esports.

With freddieb’s addition, GODSENT have the following roster:

Sweden Simon “twist” Eliasson
Sweden Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun
Sweden Andreas “znajder” Lindberg
Sweden Dennis “dennis” Edman
Sweden Fredrik “freddieb” Buö

Sweden Markus “pronax” Wallsten (substitute)

Source HLTV.org