Danish CS: go ahead AWPer Frederik “acoR” Gyldstrand, young Polish leader Kamil “siuhy” Szkaradek, and Belgian marksman Nicolas “Keoz” Dgus officially signed with GamerLegion today, a few weeks after helping GamerLegion win the IEM Rio Major Europe Regional Major Ran in classification. RMR) in October.
With the official arrival of this trio, GamerLegion once again has a complete roster. Isak Pahlen and Ivan “iM” Mihai remained the only active roster after the organization parted ways with Alfred “RuStY” Karlsson, Sean “Era” Knutsson, and Patrik “Nul” Judel between June and July 2022.
AcoR spent most of the year on the sidelines before playing open qualifiers with GamerLegion. He joined MOUZ from MAD Lions in January 2021 and was benched in January 2022 after some outstanding individual performances during his tenure. Siuhi, on the other hand, has been playing for MOUZ NXT, the academy division of MOUZ, since June 2021 and has led the team to win four consecutive editions of the WePlay Academy League, the most prestigious youth tournament. CS: go ahead.
As for Keoz, he was last seen playing for the Falcons before joining GamerLegion for the Open Qualifier. The Belgian shooter was part of Syman play In 2019, one of the CIS teams that played in the StarLadder Berlin Major that year.
Rumor has it that Siuhi will eventually make the jump to the main team, especially since MOUZ promoted Adam “Torzi” Torsas, John “JDC” De Castro, Dorian “Xertion” Berman, and head coach Dennis “Sikron” Nielsen from the main team. Academy. this year, but he will continue his career in GamerLegion.
With the addition of siuhy, acoR and Keoz, GamerLegion will attend the IEM Rio Major Europe RMR in October. GamerLegion is participating in Tournament A alongside FaZe Clan, Astralis, Cloud9, Ninjas in Pajamas, G2 Esports, Team Spirit, forZe, Sprout, Eternal Fire, Fnatic, Bad News Eagles, Aurora, 1WIN, ECSTATIC, and B8.
Source: Dot Esports