OG and valde to part ways
Posted: May 12, 2022 Written by: do_0h

The Danish player, Denmark Valdemar Bjorn 'valde' Vangsa and his current team, European Union OG.eSports have agreed to explore options.

The Counter-Strike:Global Offensive player will search for a new home, the announcement was made on the official website of the team, there managers wrote:

" After the disappointing results of the Major Qualification, the team got together, and had an honest discussion.

First and foremost, where are we as a team? Is everyone's commitment to each other strong?

Following the talk, we sat down with valde, and it was clear that both parties were in need of a change and for a chance for a new adventure.

Sometimes even when you try your best, and with the best intentions, the results do not follow the efforts and are just not there, and even if it hurts, changes might be for the best.

Valde will remain under contract with OG Esportswhile he explores new opportunities and we will continue assisting him while trying to find him a new home Good luck Valdemar! You will always be part of this family! "


At the same time, the player had this to say:

" I have been very happy here at OG and appreciate the people and the culture here.

But sometimes you grow apart. In this case we're seeing the road to achieve greatness differently and after a very disappointing RMR we have had long talks and have agreed to go our separate ways.

Therefore we have agreed that I will step aside, while I spend my focus and energy on finding a new home where I can pursue my immediate ambitions."


For the time being, the player is still under contract with the organization, he will be innactive for the time being while European Union OG will have: European Union OG.Gaming:

  • Serbia Nemanja 'nexa' Isakovic (C)
  • Denmark Nikolaj 'Niko' Kristensen
  • Israel Shahar 'flameZ' Shushan
  • Poland Mateusz 'mantuu' Wilczewski
  • Denmark Casper 'ruggah' Due (coach)
  • Denmark Valdemar Bjorn 'valde' Vangsa (innactive)
  • Austria Alexander 'kakafu' Szymanczyk (assistand coach)


And the European Union OG. Academy:

  • Germany Christian 'Crisby' Schmit (coach)
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