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Endpoint sign a familiar face

The British core remains intact as Endpoint bring in European reinforcements.

by Dafydd

After benching Denis “swicher” Baranov and losing star AWPer, Henrich “sl3nd” Hevesi, to GamerLegion Endpoint have rounded out their roster with two new signings. Seeking a familiar face, the British organisation have brought in Joey “CRUC1AL” Steusel who previously for two and a half years before being benched and moving to Into the Breach. Alongside the Dutch AWPer, Endpoint have announced the signing of youngster Jan “cej0t” Dyl who previously plied his trade at Sprout and Sprout Academy.

CRUC1AL at the BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023

The move to sign CRUC1AL sees the Dutchman return to Sheffield after leaving the team in February 2023. He went on to sign for Into the Breach and found immediate success. Under the Into the Breach banner, the team became the first with a British core to ever qualify for a CS:GO Major, and through some incredible upset results the first to make the big stage of Majors playoffs. Eventually the team would lose to Vitality in the Quarter-Finals, but every member of the roster has their names etched into the UK CS history books.

During his tenure on Into the Breach CRUC1AL also played against Endpoint in the ESL Premiership Spring 2023 Grand Final and took victory over his former teammates.

For cej0t, this will be the first organisation that the Pole has played for since Sprout ceased operations last month. The 17 year old rifler averaged a 1.09 HLTV rating over the 150 maps he played with the Sprout main roster, but was unable to lift any titles with the closest being a second place finish at CCT East Europe Series 4.

Alongside the two new players, Endpoint have also announced the signing of Neil “Neil_M” Murphy as the new team manager. The Irishman most recently worked at Into the Breach after the team returned from their Major run. The current team manager, Tom “TomTom” Coles, will be moving back to his role as Social Media Manager.

Endpoint’s British core will next be seen at the Elisa Invitational Spring 2024 where they play Alliance on the 29th of April.

Endpoint are now:

Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
Kia “Surreal” Man
Oscar “AZUWU” Bell
Joey “CRUC1AL” Steusel
Jan “cej0t” Dyl

Felix “Frøg” Bergeron (coach)

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