The Danish based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, Team Astralis has announced the addition of a new member to their roster.
The former ENCE eSports analyst Frederik 'LOMME' Nielsen will move to the Danish roster.
The announcement came on the official website of the team, there management wrote:
"We're in the process of upgrading our organization surrounding the Counter-Strike team, and one of the ways we're doing this is bringing in Frederik 'LOMME' Nielsen.
Frederik brings immense tactical knowledge, strategic insight, and an impressive ability to convey his information in an easily understandable manner.
Frederik also knows our new Head Coach, 'ave,' and we're expecting to see great synergy between the two moving forward.
At the same time, LOMME wrote:
"Getting signed by Astralis is what almost every Dane involved in CS dreams of, and I am super excited to be here.
It will be fantastic to work alongside so many talented players and staff, most of whom I have worked with previously at different times in my career.
I think I'll be able to support 'Ave' with a lot of tactical input and preparations ahead of games, and I'm looking very much forward to shaping the 'new' Astralis with him.
Thank you to ENCE for making this possible already now."
So with this move, the two organizations now have:
For ENCE eSports
- Joonas 'doto' Forss
- Marco 'Snappi' Pfeiffer (C)
- Lotan 'Spinx' Giladi
- Pawel 'dycha' Dycha
- Olek 'hades' Miskiewicz
- Aleksi 'allu' Jalli (innactive)
- Eetu 'sAw' Saha (coach)
While Team Astralis now have:
- Andreas 'Xyp9x' Hojsleth
- Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer
- Lucaz 'Bubzkji' Andersen
- Lukas 'gla1ve' Rossander (C)
- Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
- Philip 'Lucky' Ewald
- Alexander 'ave' Holdt (coach)
- Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen (innactive)
- Emil 'Magisk' Hoffmann Reif (innactive)
- Danny 'Zonic' Sorensen (innactive coach)
And the Academy team, Astralis Talent:
- Andreas 'Void' Dietrichsen
- Mikkel 'MistR' Thomsen
- Frederik 'Fessor' Sorensen
- Benjamin 'brzer' Jensen
- Alexander 'Altekz' Givskov
- Victor 'viggD' Bisgaard
- Dennis 'VNG' Vang (coach)