After getting removed from Gambit Gaming, the Russian Counter-Strike:Global Offensive player, Dmitry 'hooch' Bogdanov has presented a new CS:GO team.
The Danish once best Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, Team Astralis has announced changes in their roster.
After fielding a young guy in the name of Anton 'notaN' Pedersen, the managers behind the team have now revealed the full roster.
After just few months after the first exchange, the two Swedish based teams, GODSENT and Team fnatic went on to replace yet more players.
It seems that the guys from fnatic want to ensure they have a slot for the next major, as they need at least three players in order to have the invited slot.
After announcing the first details and the first team in the name of Team mousesports, the German based tournament of Counter-Strike:Global Offensive held by the German streaming team of Take.Tv has had more details revealed.
The North American organization, Team Liquid announced the departure of it's Counter-Strike:Global Offensive coach, Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu.
It seems that the two parties had different oppinions on hot to lead the team and how to do bussines, thus the organization decided to replace him.
With the European Qualifier for the DreamHack Winter Open 2016 Counter-Strike:Global Offensive ended, the organizers went on to present the six invited teams.
These six teams will join
FlipSid3 Tactics and Gambit Gaming to the teams list.