Folkekær swede chasing the new team

Dennis ’dennis’ Edman, who won the Danish CS:GO-fans’ hearts by BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen in 2017, is yet again without a team. After a long period of ti

Folkekær swede chasing the new team

Dennis ’dennis’ Edman, who won the Danish CS:GO-fans’ hearts by BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen in 2017, is yet again without a team. After a long period of ti

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
21 mart 2020 Saturday 14:00
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Folkekær swede chasing the new team

Dennis ’dennis’ Edman, who won the Danish CS:GO-fans’ hearts by BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen in 2017, is yet again without a team.

After a long period of time with, to say the least miserable results, the people behind the organization GamerLegion given up on the Swedish squad, representing the team's colors in the lower altitudes of the professional Counter-Strike.

this means that The profiles as Dennis ’dennis’ Edman and William ’draken’ Day be on the lookout for a new team, if they want to continue their professional careers.

GamerLegion pulls the plug provisionally after a year on the CS:GO scene, and without much success, which recently culminated with a undervældende shared 7. place in the playoffs of ESEA MDL Season 33.

the Team is ranked as number 35 in the world and still have to redeem a ticket to a tournament where it gets really fun, and it is provisionally put on hold.

GamerLegion even sent out a press release in connection with the fact that the players had terminated the contracts.

- For almost exactly a year ago started GamerLegion a CS:GO-adventure. Much has happened since, and we can look back on successful tournaments and many exciting fights and feelings. But things have not gone as we had hoped, and therefore we believe, we have to start all over again, why we dissolve the current team, said team owner Nicolas Reber.

The successful tournaments, he is talking about, is not known, but it will be interesting to see whether the team can return with a more kampdygtig squad than currently.

But if they put the same effort in to assemble a new squad, as they did in the press release, promises it is not good for the German organisation, who, despite throwing a couple of players at the port, still held by players, who are bound by contracts.

The case of the former belgian record producer Adil ’ScreaM’ Benrlitom and Swedish Hampus ’hampus’ Bags.

the Team's coach, Swedish Rasmus ’Gux’ Stahl, will continue with GamerLegion, and included in the future plans that the team may have for CS:GO inform GamerLegion in the press release.

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Updated: 21.03.2020 14:00
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