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Marix will replace sdy in Monte’s CS:GO roster

The Monte esports club has officially announced changes to its CS:GO roster. Former OG Academy member Max Marix Kugener will play as a stand-in for the team.

In the selection, he replaces Viktor sdy Orudzhev, who was temporarily transferred to the reserve on June 5. Perhaps Marix will be Monte’s stand-in for just one tournament, after which the club will look for a new player.

In addition, representatives of Monte noted that they will make another announcement regarding the composition on June 6 at 2 p.m. Moscow time. Most likely, the organization will replace another player. It is known that it will certainly not be Mohammed BOROS Malkhas.

Monte’s CS:GO Selection:

  • Mohammed BOROS Malkhas;
  • Vladimir Woro2k Veletnyuk;
  • Sergey DemQQ Demchenko;
  • Shimon kRaSnaL Mrozhek;
  • Max Marix Kugener (standeen);
  • Sergey lmbt Bezhanov (coach).

Max Marix Kugener

Marix has been in the CS:GO pro scene since 2018. Prior to that, he represented Sprout and OG Academy tags. During his career, the cyber-athlete has earned 12.8 thousand dollars in prize money.

Monte’s next tournament is the Elisa Invitational Spring 2023, which runs from April 24 to June 10. 20 teams compete for $25,000 in prize money. On June 8 at 4:00 PM Moscow time, the team will face the best of the PROSPECTS – EYEBALLERS pair in the quarter-finals of the event.

Recall that Monte qualified for Paris Major 2023 and made it to the playoffs of the Paris Major, which was the team’s all-time best result. The team placed 5th-8th in the championship and earned $45,000 in prize money.

Previously, the Ukrainian Computer Sports Federation banned B8 Esports and Monte from leaving the country.

Source: Cybersport Metaratings


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