The Bulgarian based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, Windingo Gaming has lost two players to innactivity.
The move comes most likely in the aftermath of poor results as of late.
The two players, team Captain, Victor 'v1c7oR' Dyankov and Ianko 'Blocker' Panov will remain tied to the organization untill the expire of the contract and will continue to stream under the Windingo banner.
More to the story, if needed be, they will play with the rest of the team as full time members. The pair is up for transfer as the management of the team looks to refresh the entire team.
The announcement was made on the Windingo Gaming website, there managers wrote:
"The starting lineup of our organization in CS:GO discipline got changes — Bulgarians v1c7oR and blocker are moving to the team reserve.
They will continue streaming under the Windigo Gaming tag until the contracts expire and, if necessary, they will play within official matches as our team members.
In addition, both players are set to be transferred. You can send our proposals via firstname.lastname@example.org. The competitive scene of the discipline doesn't stand still. Windigo Gaming has set lofty goals, and in order to achieve them, we are strengthening our roster.
Today we are going international and start testing two new players. Follow our website and social media for all further news related to the lineup."
With this the Windingo Gaming CS:GO roster now looks as follows:
- Kamen 'bubble' Kostadinov (C)
- Georgi 'SHiPZ' Grigorov
- Valentin 'poiz0n' Vasilev
- Aleksander 'shockwave' Netreba (trial coach)
- Nikolay 'pNshr' Paunin (analyst)
- Victor 'v1c7oR' Dyankov (innactive/streamer/up for transfer)
- Ianko 'Blocker' Panov (innactive/streamer/up for transfer)
It remains to see the next move of both players and the team.