The Counter-Strike and esports scene seems to be getting flooded by more and more tournaments on a daily basis, and today is no different. In case you had missed the original announcement, ASUS Republic Of Gamers have announced they will be running their own tournament called ROG Masters. This tournament will find SIX teams to compete for a grand total of $250,000 total prize pool.
In continuing scene developments, Team Endpoint have tonight announced that they have massively overhauled their roster going forward this year. It seems to be that the longest standing core team has fallen apart and certain players have either moved out of the spotlight and got real life commitments or decided enough was enough.
Team Infused have today announced through Twitter that they have signed some new faces to their vacant team slot. There are a lot of surprising moves happening in the scene currently, mostly because the new league seasons are starting up and with Gfinity Elite Series delayed till the late Summer, then teams are trying to form from the dust of previous ones.
After their multiple mixes during Insomnia 60, Radix are coming out strong with their new line-up. The squad is mostly made up of their previous iSeries mix (not fish123), after the moderate success the team had, with a fourth place finish. The new squad mixes in experience with young, raw talent.