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Veterans friberg, f0rest commit to Dignitas for 2022

Swedish stars Adam “friberg” Friberg and Patrik “f0rest” Lindberg have both committed to Dignitas for the 2022 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive season. Dignitas announced the news about the 30-year-old friberg on Sunday, one day after confirming the return of the 33-year-old f0rest. “We appreciate that the legend @fribergCS wants to continue his year with us here […]

  • Team Liquid welcome back nitr0

    Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella returned to Team Liquid’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team after a lengthy absence. Team Liquid announced the move for nitr0 in a video over social media. It showed a Team Liquid member restoring nitr0’s Captain America shield, which was painted black by 100 Thieves after he departed in 2020 for their Valorant squad. […]

  • Daps assembles new CS:GO roster

    Damien “daps” Steele of Canada is leaving coaching behind for now and returning to play in the new competitive season of Counterstrike: Global Offensive. The 28-year-old daps, who most recently was head coach of Evil Geniuses, brought together a roster featuring Michael “Swisher” Schmid, Gage “Infinite” Green, Brendan “Bwills” Williams and Marshall “Minus” Sedowicz. The […]

  • Ninjas in Pyjamas tab djL as CS:GO coach

    Ninjas in Pyjamas named Daniel “djL” Narancic as the coach of their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team on Friday. He will take the position previously held by Bjorn “THREAT” Pers, who served in that role until last month before becoming the team’s technical director. “Daniel is a perfect fit for us — an upcoming coach talent […]

  • Report: junior headed to Complexity after leaving FURIA

    FURIA confirmed the departure of Paytyn “junior” Johnson from their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. The announcement Wednesday by the Brazilian esports organization apparently clears the way for the 21-year-old American AWPer’s reported move to Complexity Gaming. On the FURIA bench since June, junior has been playing on a loan deal with Bad News Bears. He […]

  • SINNERS sign forsyy to replace oskar

    SINNERS Esports didn’t wait long to fill their open roster place following the departure of Tomas “oskar” Stastny, as the European Czech squad brought David “forsyy” Bily onboard on Wednesday. Forsyy is the team’s first player addition in nearly two full years, as the roster had enjoyed rare continuity for a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad. […]

  • MAD Lions sign veteran rifler MICHU

    MAD Lions announced the addition Wednesday of Michal “MICHU” Muller to their 2022 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. The 25-year-old Polish rifler most recently competed with North American teams Evil Geniuses and Team Envy. MICHU last played in Europe with from 2018-20. “Can’t wait to see you in action,” the Spanish esports organization posted on […]

  • Evil Geniuses CEO teases additions of Stewie2K, autimatic, RUSH

    Evil Geniuses CEO Nicole LaPointe Jameson teased the addition of three former Boston Major champions to the team’s 2022 CS:GO roster Tuesday. While saying an official announcement won’t come until next week, Jameson used a series of tweets to all but confirm Jacky “Stewie2K” Yip will be coming on board along with former Cloud9 teammates […]

  • Long-time Na’Vi player flamie joins 1WIN

    Egor “flamie” Vasilyev has a new home, with 1WIN announcing Monday that it has signed the 24-year-old Russian. flamie spent six years with Natus Vincere, but had been inactive since leaving the organization in the fall after six years. He was benched from the main roster last April in favor of Valeriy “B1T” Vakhovski. flamie […]

  • Apeks sign former FunPlus Phoenix rifler STYKO

    Apeks announced it has completed its roster by signing former FunPlus Phoenix and Mouz rifler Martin “STYKO” Styk. “The last piece of the puzzle!” the team tweeted on Sunday. FunPlus Phoenix announced in October that it was disbanding its CS:GO division, leaving STYKO as a free agent. He will now join am Apeks roster that […]

  • Sprout complete CS:GO roster with 18-year-old Marix

    Sprout completed their 2022 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster with the signing of Max “Marix” Kugener. The German esports organization announced the deal with the 18-year-old rifler from Luxembourg on Saturday. “For our fifth member, we are delighted to welcome another promising and gifted player,” Sprout tweeted. “With all that young blood, we do believe a […]

  • ENCE benches doto, will seek new fifth player

    ENCE announced it has moved Joonas “doto” Forss to its bench as general manager Niklas “Willkey” Ojalaine said he hopes the team’s lone remaining Finnish player will “find a new home soon.” doto, 25, joined the team from HAVU Gaming in November 2020 along with Eetu “sAw” Saha. “First of all, I want to personally […]

  • FURIA officially add saffee to replace VINI

    FURIA Esports announced the signing of Rafael “saffee” Costa on Friday, confirming reports that surfaced last month that he would leave paiN Gaming to replace Vinicius “VINI” Figueiredo. Seja bem-vindo à FURIA, @saffeecsgo! ??#DIADEFURIA #FURIACS — FURIA (@FURIA) January 6, 2022 News first broke late last month from that the FURIA was targeting […]

  • MOUZ add two-time major champ NBK- to roster

    Two-time Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major champion Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt signed a contract to join MOUZ, the organization announced Friday. NBK- previously announced his intention to transition to Valorant in June. The 27-year-old Frenchman won the DreamHack Winter Major in 2014 with Team LDLC and the DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca Major with Team Envy the following year. […]

  • MOUZ promote sycrone to head coach of CS:GO team

    MOUZ named Dennis “sycrone” Nielsen as the organization’s head coach of the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team on Thursday. The 25-year-old Dane had served as the head coach of the organization’s NXT team since June. “After developing the best academy team in the scene, we are happy to announce that Dennis (“sycone”) Nielsen is the new […]

  • MOUZ parts ways with chrisJ after 8 years

    MOUZ announced Wednesday that the team has released Chris “chrisJ” de Jong from it’s CS:GO roster. chrisJ, 31, has been a reserve since January of laster year when he was replaced in the lineup by Frederik “acoR” Gyldstrand. He did stand in for FunPlus Phoenix on loan, but that stint came to an end in […]

  • Team Vitality adds former Astralis trio, announces $56M investment

    Team Vitality officially announced the addition of a trio of former Astralis stars to its CS:GO roster on Wednesday along with an investment of more than $56 million in the organization. Former Astralis trio Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen, Emil “Magisk” Reif and Danny “zonic” Sorensen are joining Vitality, replacing Richard “shox” Papillon and Jayson “Kyojin” Nguyen. […]

  • Coldzera signs with Brazil’s 00Nation

    Brazilian-based 00Nation has continued its overhaul and made a splash in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive circles by announcing a deal with Marcelo “Coldzera” David Tuesday. Coldzera is a former No. 1 player in the world in 2016 and 2017 ( The native of Brazil saw mixed success in recent seasons with international rosters on FaZe Clan […]

  • FaZe Clan add ropz to CS:GO roster

    FaZe Clan officially announced the addition of former MOUZ star lurker Robin “ropz” Kool to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster on Monday. Ropz competed for nearly five years with MOUZ, who were previously known as mousesports. The 22-year-old from Estonia and German organization officially parted ways Wednesday. FaZe Clan announced Olof “olofmeister” Kajbjer Gustafsson moved […]

  • Astralis part ways with dupreeh, Magisk, zonic

    Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen, Emil “Magisk” Reif and coach Danny “zonic” Sorensen have parted ways with Astralis’ Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team, the Danish organization announced. The move comes on the heels of the trio being shuffled to the bench for the better part of the past two months following the signings of Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke, Benjamin […]

  • Team Liquid completes rumored acquisition of oSee

    As expected, Team Liquid bolstered its roster Monday with the addition of AWPer Josh “oSee” Ohm from North American second-tier team Extra Salt. Team Liquid is reshaping its roster after the team parted ways with Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo, Jake “Stewie2K” Yip and Michael “Grim” Wince following a disappointing 2021 season. The addition of oSee has […]

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