stan1ey joins Ghost, Endpoint announce changes
Tramaine “stan1ey” Stanley has left Endpoint and moved to North America to play with Ghost Gaming, it was announced today. The 19-year old Brit becomes the third CS player from the UK scene to move to North America during the Global Offensive era.
stan1ey rounds out a roster that had seen multiple changes after a relegation battle on a squad backed up by stand-ins and former members of the squad. After a lengthy rebuild, including bringing in a new coach, the team are set for the upcoming ESL Pro League season, as well as other North American events.
The new Ghost Gaming roster is:
Sebastian “seb” Bucki
Connor “CONNOR93” Glover
Matthew “Wardell” Bowman
Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik
Tramaine “stan1ey” Stanley
Michael “MAiNLiNE” Jaber (Coach)
As part of stan1ey moving to North America, Endpoint have had to rejig their roster. Initially Ian “Immi” Harding was set to be remaining with the team in a coaching capacity, but in the end has left the team, having been seen standing-in for Nuclear Storm Gaming, as well as being seen coaching x6tence White. These two moves left the original Endpoint roster with just Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath and Brandon “weber” Weber, and as such three new members have joined. Coming in from Method is Reece “Puls3” Marrs, Joe “Luzuh” Loose rejoins the team after a spell at exceL and Aaron “Aaron” Hemmings returns to active service after his time at Infused. News on their coaching position is as of yet unconfirmed, as previous coach Jake “Jak3y” Elton had also moved with Immi.
The team have been playing with each other for some time now, and are currently focusing on a return to MDL from ESEA Main, currently with a 3-1 record in the division. The team are also set for the, soon to be announced, upcoming ESL Premiership season and are also set to be jetting off to the Copenhagen Games.
The new Endpoint roster is:
Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
Brandon “Weber” Weber
Reece “Puls3” Marrs
Joe “Luzuh” Loose
Aaron “AaroN” Hemmings
The image of stan1ey used is credit to Joe Brady Photography.