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22 09, 2017


Hampus “hampus” Poser and Alfred “RuStY” Karlsson have departed passions—the team formerly known as Red Reserve.

The news of the two members leaving passions comes just a few weeks after the team parted ways with their former organization, as well as ex-NiP member Mikail “Maikelele”Bill.

hampus parts ways with the ex-Red Reserve core

According to the players, the team could no longer continue together due to disagreements and personal issues. This means that passions dropped down to just three members:Daniel “djL” Narancic and the twins Fredrik “FREDDyFROG”Gustafsson and Joakim “Relaxa” Gustafsson. The remaining trio has decided to revert back to their old team name,Japaleno, and will be playing ESEA Premier S26 under that banner.

Meanwhile, it’s unknown where the former Epsilon Hype duoAlfred “RuStY” Karlsson and Hampus “hampus” Poser will end up, but it’s expected that they will continue playing together.

Japaleno, formerly passions, is now down to:

Sweden Daniel “djL” Narancic
Sweden Fredrik “FREDDyFROG” Gustafsson
Sweden Joakim “Relaxa” Gustafsson


19 09, 2017


Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen has joined ALTERNATE aTTaX, moving out of the Danish scene to take over the leadership of the German squad.

After a long tenure in the lower echelons of the Danish scene, where he lead players such as Jakob “JUGi” Hansen, Nikolaj“niko” Kristensen and Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke early in their careers, Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen has decided to try out a new challenge, joining ALTERNATE aTTaX.

HUNDEN will be calling in English for the first time in his career

The Danish in-game leader’s tenure has been marked by his best players being picked up by organizations higher up the food chain, with Heroic’s acquisitions of JUGi, niko andPatrick “es3tag” Hansen being the latest ones.

HUNDEN confessed that dealing with the Danish scene was becoming frustrating, and that lead him to join the German team:

“I honestly needed to try something new. Danish Counter-Strike has irritated me on an extreme level for some time now, and the evil circle continued to arise each time the team reached a certain level.”

“So today I am joining ALTERNATE, where the goal is the same, but the challenge is different. This will be my first time to act as an English speaking in-game leader. It’s a tough task, but we are making progress every single day.”

Niklas “Sliver” Timmermann, ALTERNATE aTTaX’s Deputy Manager, added a statement as well, welcoming HUNDENand saying goodbye to Christian “crisby” Schmitt:

“Rumors already called it and now we may gladly confirm that we’ve just signed more than a player but a GOD in his profession! From now on Hunden will be our IGL. May the heavens have mercy with our opponents, Hunden won’t.”

“Still, we would like to thank Crisby for his extraordinary services in the last two years.”

ALTERNATE aTTaX now have the following roster.

Denmark Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen
Germany Tizian “tiziaN” Feldbusch
Germany Stefan “stfN” Seier
Germany Lukas “ecfN” Kauer
Germany Florian “syrsoN” Rische


16 09, 2017


MK have handed a trial to youngster Branislav “BrN” Panov, the Bulgarian team have told

The 18-year-old will replace Kamen “bubble” Kostadinov, who announced at the start of the month that he was leaving the team after losing faith that it could compete on a top level again.

BrN is MK’s newest fifth player

A former member of Above the Rest and TTFU, Branislav“BrN” Panov attended OMEN by HP ComicCon earlier this month with dSc. He boasted his team’s highest Rating (1.07) in the semi-final loss against MK, seemingly catchingEmiliyan “spyleadeR” Dimitrov’s eye.

“We thought a lot about who could replace bubble, and, in the end, we decided to give a chance to a young talent,” spyleadeR told

“I think new blood will help the team. He is a very talented player, and I believe he will fit in well.”

The Bulgarian team are currently competing in HellCase Cup 6, in which they currently sit third in Group B, with two victories from four matches. They are also due to take part in the ESEA Season 26 Mountain Dew League, kicking off on September 24.

MK’s roster now looks as follows:

Bulgaria Emiliyan “spyleadeR” Dimitrov
Bulgaria Simeon “dream3r” Ganev
Bulgaria Viktor “v1c7oR” Dyankov
Bulgaria Hristian “shEMETA” Spasov
Bulgaria Branislav “BrN” Panov (trial)


11 09, 2017


Prophecy, who finished second to Epsilon in the inaugural season of the Gfinity Elite Series, have parted ways with their CS:GO roster.

The British esports organization Prophecy was represented by a mixture of European players since June, when they picked up the likes of Ádám “koloRRR” Domoszlay, Vladyslav“arch” Svistov and Fredrik “slap” Junbrant. The team, lead by former Epsilon member Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen, competed exclusively in the Gfinity Elite Series.

kalle will be on the lookout for a new team

Prophecy finished third out of eight teams in the regular season of the league, earning a spot in the playoffs. There, they defeated EnVyUs Academy in the semi-final, but lost the grand final to Epsilon, placing second.

Despite the high placing, Prophecy decided to part ways with the six-man roster that represented them over the last three months, meaning that the following players are now free agents:

Norway Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen
Sweden Max “quix” Lindkvist
Sweden Fredrik “slap” Junbrant
Ukraine Vladyslav “arch” Svistov
Hungary Fodor “FLEAV” Levente
Hungary Ádám “koloRRR” Domoszlay

In the meantime, the Hungarian duo FLEAV and koloRRRwere seen playing for volgare, who are set to compete in the Esports Balkan League, kalle played the WCA qualifiers with a Swedish mix AWTR, while slap stood in for Red Reserve at the end of August, but doesn’t seem to be sticking with the squad.


10 09, 2017


Dark Sided have revealed their new CS:GO roster after transferring their former squad to Athletico two months ago, the Australian organisation has announced.

Since parting ways with their ex-roster, who represented Australia and Dark Sided’s colours at the ESEA Season 24 Global Challenge LAN, the organisation has decided to return to the scene by signing Riotous Raccoons, an up-and-coming team in Oceania, all under the age of 20-years-old.

J1rah and co. will play under Dark Sided’s banner

Under the leadership of Jireh “J1rah” Youakim, the formerRiotous Raccoons team have successfully secured their position in one of Australia’s prestigious tournaments: AOC CyberGamer Premier League Spring 2017.

They will make their offline debut at the Australian Esports Masters Season 2 Finals later this month in Adelaide. Besides the aforementioned events, the youngsters will compete in the upcoming Season 26 of ESEA Premier Australia, after reaching the playoffs last season.

Dark Sided’s new lineup looks as follows:

Australia Jared “HaZR” O’Bree
Australia Jay “JDK” Eckermann
Australia Daylan “goa” Fabbro
New Zealand Euan “sterling” Moore
Australia Jireh “J1rah” Youakim


7 09, 2017


Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe will be traveling to Brazil for the next two weeks, missing Immortals’ fixtures until he can rejoin the squad.

Vito “kNgV-“ Giuseppe will be flying home to sort his P1 Visa, usually given to athletes competing in the United States of America. “He has gone to Brasil to solve his P1 Visa. He should be back in two weeks, tops,” said Noah Whinston, Immortals’ CEO, to

zakk will stand in for his team in Montreal

The Brazilian AWPer will miss DreamHack Open Montreal, which Immortals will play this weekend, and depending on how long it takes for the Visa to be expedited, he might also miss his team’s ELEAGUE Premier matches, which take place on September 15-16.

Substituting kNgV- during DreamHack Montreal and possibly ELEAGUE Premier will be Rafael “zakk” Fernandes, the team’s coach. Meanwhile, kNgV- isn’t the only player in theImmortals organization trying to get his P1 Visa as João“horvy” Matheus Rodaczynski Horvath, who was set to join the Brazilian team in late August, is also waiting for his P1 before being officially announced.

Until kNgV-‘s return, this will be Immortals’ lineup:

Brazil Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles
Brazil Henrique “HEN1” Teles
Brazil Lucas “steel” Lopes
Brazil Ricardo “boltz” Prass
Brazil Rafael “zakk” Fernandes (substitute/coach)


4 09, 2017


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)


2 09, 2017


Renegades have announced that they have completed the signing of Keith “NAF” Markovic from OpTic Gaming.

The Canadian player becomes Renegades’ permanent fifth player after the two North American organisations reached an agreement over his transfer for an undisclosed fee.

This means that David “Jayzwalkingz” Kempner has been given his marching orders after just two weeks on trial. He made his first offline appearance for Renegades only a few days ago, at DreamHack Masters Malmo, where the team finished third of their group following defeats to Astralis and Natus Vincere.

NAF moves to Renegades after 18 months on OpTic

Keith “NAF” Markovic’s future at OpTic Gaming had been the subject of speculation since the North American organisation signed four European players to join Óscar“mixwell” Cañellas. During his 18-month tenure with OpTic, the team most notably won ELEAGUE Season 2 and placed second at the ECS Season 2 finals.

With NAF’s signing, Renegades will have:

Australia Aaron “AZR” Ward
Australia Justin “jks” Savage
Australia Karlo “USTILO” Pivac
United States Noah “Nifty” Francis
Canada Keith “NAF” Markovic

Serbia Aleksandar “kassad” Trifunović (coach)


1 09, 2017


k1ck have announced that they have accepted an offer for Christopher “MUTiRiS” Fernandes.

In the official announcement, k1ck state that Christopher“MUTiRiS” Fernandes will play in a “different country”, with his new team due to be revealed early next week, has learned.

MUTiRiS has spent most of the last eight years playing for k1ck, first in 1.6 and then in CS:GO, attending multiple international events, including KODE5 2009, three ESWC events (2010, 2014 and 2016) and WESG Europe.

MUTiRiS leaves k1ck

This will be the 24-year-old’s second stint abroad after previously playing for Spanish team OverGaming in 2015 alongside players like Ricardo “rmn” Oliveira, Christian“loWel” Garcia Antoran and Xavi “Aguila” Casals Sabi.

“I would like to thank K1ck for always being there for me through thick and thin, for so long,” he told k1ck’s website.

“Now that the time has come to face a different challenge, I hope that they continue on their path, filled with success.”

With MUTiRiS’ departure, k1ck’s team has been depleted to just two players, after João “horvy” Matheus Rodaczynski Horvath was sold to Immortals and Joao “KillDreaM” Ferreirachose to leave the squad following the end of his contract with the organisation.

k1ck currently have:

Portugal Ricardo “rmn” Oliveira
Portugal Pedro “million” Teixeira


29 08, 2017


Outlaws and their Counter-Strike team have parted ways, the players have told

In a statement, team coach Anton “ToH1o” Georgiev explained that the two parties have opted against renewing contracts due to “internal difficulties.”

The Bulgarian team had been part of Outlaws, a project launched by betting solutions provider UltraPlay with a view to nurturing young talent, since September 2016.

SPELLAN & co seek a new organisation

During their time under Outlaws’ banner, the team won back-to-back ESL South East Europe Championship seasons and also CEVO Season 12 Main, and placed second at Assembly Winter 2016, in Helsinki.

“We have only positive things to say about Outlaws and UltraPlay as a company supporting this project,” Georgiev told

“We wish them the best of luck in their new esports projects in the future.

“We are now teamless, and if anyone is interested you can contact me by email at”

The news represents yet another blow for Outlaws, who recently criticised NRG over fielding Cvetelin “CeRq” Dimitrovin official matches without a transfer fee having been agreed, with the player’s legal representative then stating that his client was not officially tied to the Bulgarian organisation.

Teodor “SPELLAN” Nikolov & co are now in a hurry to find a new home, with the team due to travel to Denmark next week to compete at Cross Border Esport 2017, which will have over $15,000 in prize money.

The Bulgarian team have the following line-up:

Bulgaria Nikolay “niki1” Pantaleev
Bulgaria Nikola “NK4Y” Radushev
Bulgaria Teodor “SPELLAN” Nikolov
Bulgaria Ivan “Rock1nG” Stratiev
Bulgaria Georgi “SHiPZ” Grigorov

Bulgaria Anton “ToH1o” Georgiev (coach)