The Danish Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, AGF eSports has made changes in their roster.
The managers have brought in Rasmus 'HooXi' Nielsen, former in Copenhagen Flames, decided to replace Andreas 'blaq' Elversoe whom goes innactive.
The announcement of the move was made on their official website, there the managers of AGF eSports wrote:
"AGF Esport has signed a contract with 24-year-old Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen, who will be our new in-game leader for the CS: GO team.
We have reinforced the CS: GO squad with Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen, who starts immediately.
He will replace Andreas "Blaq" Elversøe in the role of in-game leader. "HooXi" is an experienced leader who most recently represented Copenhagen Flames.
He brings good leadership skills and overview as well as a good portion of firepower, which makes him a dream victory."
Team coach, Rasmus 'FaagaN' Thomsen had this to say:
"I've had a look at HooXi for a while and when he helped us in the POWER League last season, I was allowed to get a deeper insight into what he could contribute - since he has been high on the wish list.
Our results and level fluctuates a lot in time, so expectations are that the team, together with HooXi, can create a stable bottom level and create some systems and agreements where all players thrive and perform their best, the coach ends."
Now with this in mind, the new CS:GO team for AGF eSports is:
- Magnus 'fr0slev' Froslev
- Kristoffer 'kristou' Aamand
- Hector 'HECTOz' Jensen
- Auni 'AvovA' Chahade
- Rasmus 'HooXi' Nielsen (C)
- Andreas 'blaq' Elversoe (innactive)
- Rasmus 'FaagaN' Thomsen (coach)
Remind you that Copenhagen Flames now is:
- Asger 'Farlig' Jensen (C)
- Magnus 'Nodios' Olsen
- Asger 'AcillioN' Larsen
- Thomas 'TMB' Bundsbaek
- Rene 'TeSeS' Madsen
- Daniel 'vorborg' Vorborg (coach)