AdreN might reunite with former teammates Hobbit and mou

Jun 18 2019 2 min read

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A Dexerto report states that Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been in talks with former Gambit Esports teammates to create their own CS:GO roster. 

The players of interest are Abay “Hobbit” Khasenov and Rustem “mou” Telepov, with Dexerto crediting the information to multiple sources close to the players. All three played together in the Russian team until a couple of months ago when AdreN left to join FaZe Clan on a short-term contract. 

In 2017, Gambit Esports made history when they defeated Immortals in the grand final of the PGL Major 2017 in Krakow. They became the first CIS team to win a CS:GO Major. AdreN, mou and Hobbit were all a part of that team but since then Gambit Esports hasn't seen much success in CS:GO. This likely led to the team eventually putting their roster on hold till later this year. 

AdreN's contract with FaZe ended with the conclusion of the Intel Extreme Masters XIII - Katowice 2019 but mou and Hobbit aren't so free. Hobbit joined HellRaisers where he is presently transfer listed, while mou is still with Gambit Esports but on their inactive list. In order to get a hold of them, both their teams will have to be paid a transfer fee. 

The big question is, will they still have what it takes as a team to win another Major? 

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