Just less than a half of year has passed and the supposed, Counter-Strike:Global Offensive French "superteam", G2.eSports announced changes.
The announcement was made public by the official website of the team where the managers wrote:
"As much as we play to win, it's impossible to do so every time. Occasionally, you do take a bad beat. It's important to recognise when a strategy isn't working and to adapt.
To reshuffle your hand and draw anew, looking once again for the winning plays that get you to the top, whether it's with the aces, kings, or JaCkz.
For us as an organisation, it's not just about getting Lucky, it's about winning consistently. Every Round. Every Game.
Every Tournament. Being prepared to adapt to new strategies and reshuffle the deck to do so."
It seems the results were not what the managers wanted thus two 3DMAX players, Lucas 'Lucky' Chastang and Audric 'JACKZ' Jug are the two players to replace, Edouard 'ShmitZz' Dubourdeaux and Kevin 'Ex6TenZ' Droolans whom from now on had the innactive role within the team.
This means that Richard 'shox' Papillon will once again be the In Game Leader of a French team.
The future of the two innactive players is uncertain for the time being, while G2.eSports has the following CS:GO roster from now on:
- Alexandre 'bodyy' Pianaro
- Kenny 'kennyS' Schrub
- Richard 'shox' Papillon
- Lucas 'Lucky' Chastang
- Audric 'JACKZ' Jug
- Edouard 'ShmitZz' Dubourdeaux (innactive)
- Kevin 'Ex6TenZ' Droolans (innactive)
- Damien 'maLeK' Marcel (coach)
- Jerome 'NiaK' Sudries (Manager)
While 3DMAX will have to search for two new players as they now have:
- David 'Davidp' Prins
- Bryan 'Maka' Canda
- Gaetan 'JiNKZ' Jamin