The German based organization Playing Ducks announce a new Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team.
The organization that was left without a team since the departure of their line-up in late March 2019 now announced a new team.
The team is made mostly out of German players, most known being the former UX Gaming Sebastian 'xenn' Hoch whom is known not for his good skill, but for his FaceIT ban back in late November 2015.
The rest of the team is consisted of other three German players and a Polish player.
The team went on to secure a new contract for the former In Game Leader of the team, Timo 'xeni' Mangold whom from now on act as a Coach.
The official announcement was made by the new organization via a post over at the leading German eSports news site, 99damage.de where the managers of the team had this to say:
" Also this year, we would like to thank Timo for his special commitment. We know all about the subject of the new player Sebastian "xenn" and we want to help the talented player get rid of his negative reputation.
Sebastian is, of course, especially at the next training camp, but not quarantined.
In the new season the ducks want to get into the EPS but also to complete a successful second division in the 99Damage league. Our team is also increasing internationally.
We wish the team a successful start and ducks fly together!"
With this in mind, the team released their last member of the team, Quoc-Sang 'SenseiSai' Duong, whos future is uncertain for the time being.
The new CS:GO team for Playing Ducks now is:
- Sebastian 'xenn' Hoch
- Wissem 'wizzem' Annabi
- Alessandro 't4styy' Lion
- Josef 'faveN' Baumann
- Piotr 'Pod' Krawczyk
- Timo 'xeni' Mangold (coach)