With the New Year starting off strongly, Endpoint have announced changes to their CS:GO roster post-Gfinity. In an update post, where they announce the organisation as a whole will not be returning to the Gfinity Elite Series and the release of their Street Fighter V team, they also announced that Dion “FASHR” Derksen is set to leave the organisation.
A statement on the Endpoint website said: “Following a somewhat disappointing exit in the semi final of Season 2 of the Elite Series, we have made the decision to focus solely on a UK lineup and part ways with our Dutch player.” The team is set to continue living in their team house for the foreseeable future and are set to announce their new fifth “in due time”. Endpoint are set to be defending their ESL Premiership title in the upcoming Spring season, after defeating CeX in the Autumn season. ESEA are yet to confirm move-ups / move-downs in the MDL for S27, however the squad finished 22nd after a mixed season.
Currently open for serious offers!
Contact me @ [email protected] RT’s are appreciated!
— Dion (@itsFASHR) January 2, 2018
With their participation in the Gfinity Elite Series coming to an end, their drafted players have also seen their contracts run their course. This leaves the starting Endpoint roster looking like:
Ian “Immi” Harding
Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
Tramaine “stan1ey” Stanley
Brandon “weber” Weber
Jake “Jak3y” Elton (coach)