Vexed have today announced the long awaited changes to their CS:GO lineup, which were expected after British player Charlie “pickles” Pickles and Norwegian Erik “truth” Hansen Dyrnes left the team at the start of August, meaning they were down to three players and as such were not in attendance at the recent Insomnia 63 event.
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.
Unexpectedly Team Infused have returned to competitive UK CS: GO by picking up NOTB.
Finally, after a long break from the UK CS: GO scene Infused have made a return by picking up one of the UK’s top lineups. NOTB have shown signs of huge potential within this year for CS: GO with one of their more recent results against Endpoint. NOTB will now represent Infused for all upcoming events.
We step back in to UK #CSGO scene with the pick up of Team NOTB! Welcome to the #RedArmy!
Live now: https://t.co/070YmV32Zk @ESLUK pic.twitter.com/2zUf2DHeHJ
— Team Infused (@team_infused) January 23, [...]
Earlier this week, CAZ eSports announced two new CSGO lineups under their banner. Their previous roster, which won Season 1 of Multiplay’s UK Masters, fell apart shortly after i58. This left team captain, Jake “Jakem” McCausland, with the painful task of building a new roster to continue the success. With ambitions set on tournaments like WESG and UK Masters Season 2, this new lineup needs to hit the ground running.