Winstrike sign three
Posted: Oct 7, 2019 Written by: do_0h

The Russian based organization, Winstrike has announced the signing of three players to complete their Counter-Strike:Global Offensive roster.

The thee are as follows, HellRaisers innactive player, Kazakhstan Abay 'HObbit' Khassenov, AVANGAR's innactive player, Kazakhstan Aidyn 'KrizzeN' Turlybekov and se7en eSports player, Kazakhstan Viktor 'Lack1' Boldyrev Kazakhstan.


The announcement was made on the official website of the team, these three players will be added to the two remaining players and complete the roster.


The announcement of the website contains team coach Ukraine Ivan 'Johnta' Shevcov's statement in which he says:

" We are very satisfied with the results of transfer window. This roster has necessary qualities for growth and has great perspectives. Experienced players will help young and promising ones to progress faster, while young players will energize the team.

I believe in this team and look forward to the first LAN-tournaments, but there is a lot of work to do. And we, finally, are ready to start fully. Hobbit is a player who went off the grid a bit.

But let's not forget that he has been showing high and, more importantly, consistent level of play on tier-1 level. He has had a lot of victories at the international level and his experience will help the team a lot in important moments.

Lack1 has a little experience of tournaments, but despite that, he is very confident of himself, quickly makes decisions, proactive – that is what we need from a player of his role.

Speaking of n0rb3r7, I am sorry that he did not make this team. David is a talented player, who needs time and experience in a team to unleash himself fully.

This time, he was not a good fit for the game roles, that's why he did not make this team.

But I am pretty sure that he has got a great future ahead of him."


Now with all of this, the organizations involved in the transfers now have the following CS:GO rosters, for Ukraine HellRaisers we have:

  • Ukraine Kiril 'ANGE1' Karasiow
  • Ukraine Igor 'crush' Shevchenko
  • Ukraine Alexander 'scoobyxie' Marynych
  • Latvia Vadim 'Flarich' Karetin
  • Lithuania Zygimantas 'nukkye' Chmieliauskas
  • Jordan Issaa 'ISSAA' Murad (innactive/transfer listed)
  • Czech Republic Tomas 'oskar' Stastny (innactive/transfer listed)
  • Spain Christian 'loWel' Antoran (innactive/transfer listed)
  • Hungary Bence 'DeadFox' Borocz (innactive/transfer listed)
  • Ukraine Sergey 'lmbt' Bezhanov (innactive coach)
  • Ukraine Amiran 'ami' Reikhviaschvili (innactive analyst)


While Kazakhstan AVANGAR is:

  • Kazakhstan Timur 'Buster' Tulepov
  • Kazakhstan Alexey 'qikert' Golubev
  • Kazakhstan Dauren 'AdreN' Kystaubayev
  • Uzbekistan Sanjar 'SANJI' Kuliev
  • Russian Federation Ali 'Jame' Djami (C)
  • Kazakhstan Dastan 'Dastan' Akbaev (coach)


The Kazakhstan se7en eSports CS:GO team is left having to find a new fifth, now they have:

  • Kazakhstan Nurbol 'hpp' Dyussembayev
  • Kazakhstan Algat 'smiley' Abdul
  • Kazakhstan Alikhan 'w1nt3r' Kopzhanov
  • Belarus Igor 'dERZKIY Radosavlevich
  • Belarus Roman 'roman' Redihin (coach)


While now Kazakhstan Winstrike is:

  • Russian Federation Aleksey 'El1an' Gusev
  • Ukraine Vladyslav 'bondik' Nechyporchuk
  • Kazakhstan Abay 'HObbit' Khassenov
  • Kazakhstan Aidyn 'KrizzeN' Turlybekov
  • Kazakhstan Viktor 'Lack1' Boldyrev Kazakhstan
  • Russian Federation David 'n0rb3r7' Danielyan (innactive/transfer listed)
  • Ukraine Ivan 'Johnta' Shevcov (coach)
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