Heroic Gaming bench mertz, add NaToSaphiX from LPSP!
Posted: May 9, 2019 Written by: do_0h

The Danish Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, Denmark Heroic Gaming revealed changes in their roster.

The managers of the team decided to bench Denmark Daniel 'mertz' Mertz, whom was their AWP-er, he will remain tied to the organization for the time being.

His place was taken by Denmark LPSP! player, Denmark Niels Christian 'NaToSaphiX' Morh Sillassen, the move follows a series of bad results from the current line-up.

The announcement was made on the official website of the team, there the newly added player, NaToSaphiX wrote:

"I've been staying patient for a few months now, but it's time to get back on the grind.

I've found the team I want to commit to and I'm hoping for a long, lasting and successful journey with Heroic!

I'm really honoured and thankful that Heroic, such a big and powerful organisation has decided to take me under their wings. I'm looking forward to becoming a hero!"

At the same time, the In Game Leader of the team, Denmark Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer added:

"In our pursuit of a new awp'er, our thoughts quickly fell on Niels, as we have experienced playing with him before, as he is a player that not only possesses a great sniper but overall is a complete player in other aspects of the game as well.

Looking forward to working with him and welcome him to the heroic family!"

With this, the new CS:GO team for Denmark Heroic Gaming is:

  • Denmark Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
  • Denmark Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer
  • Denmark Niels Christian 'NaToSaphiX' Morh Sillassen
  • Sweden Adam 'friberg' Friberg
  • Denmark Martin 'stavn' Lund (trial)
  • Brazil Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu (coach)
  • Denmark Daniel 'mertz' Mertz (benched)
  • Sweden Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh (benched)
  • Denmark Asger 'AcillioN' Larsen (benched)

With this in mind, the CS:GO team for Denmark LPSP! remains:

  • Denmark Martin 'PERCY' Wessel
  • Denmark Dennis sycrone' Nielsen
  • Denmark Danni 'smF' Dyg
  • Denmark Allan 'AnJ' Jensen

The future of Denmark mertz is uncertain for the time being.

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