The Epsilon eSports Counter-Strike:Global Offensive player, Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer is now a trial for the Danish based CS:GO team, Heroic Gaming.
The announcement came after Heroic's coach, decided the benching of Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh.
The decision most likely comes in the aftermath of the team's stagnation in the end of the past year and the mix results they had the last few months.
The announcement made by the managers states:
"Andreas "@MODDII1" Fridh has been benched by Heroic's coach Luis "@peacemakercsgo" Tadeu.
More information will be released later today."
As regarding the blameF move, the report was launched by the Danish eSports news website, dust2.dk.
At the moment the move was not confirmed or infirmed by either part, for the time being, the two organizations have the following CS:GO teams:
For Heroic Gaming:
- Patrick 'es3tag' Hansen
- Asger 'AcillioN' Larsen
- Daniel 'mertz' Mertz
- Adam 'friberg' Friberg
- Luis 'pacemaker' Tadeu (coach)
- Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh (benched)
- Niko 'naSu' Kovanen (benched)
While Epsilon eSports CS:GO is:
- Kia 'Surreal' Man
- Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer
- Joey 'CRUCiAL' Steusel
- Kevin 'keita' Hall (coach)