blameF joins Heroic on trial
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According to a press release of team Heroic, long-time member and one of the most experienced player in Swedish scene Andreas "MODDII" Fridh is on his way out of the team while the young gun Benjamin "blameF" Bremer will take his spot for a 3-month trial.
Andreas has been part of the team since August 2016 and till today he was the longest standing member from the original roster. During his time in Heroic, the team has achieved a variety of good result, including a grand final run at DreamHack Open Atlanta 2017, the first-place at Game Clash Master 2018 and TOYOTA Master CS:GO Bangkok 2018. However, beginning today his journey in Danish organization coming to an end.
His spot will fill a 21-year-old Benjamin "blameF" Bremer who has been last seen in UK-based organization Epsilon. There is not much to talk about Benjamin, because he is very new to a professional Counter-Strike scene, however, I found a really nice tweet where Nick Haastrup, one of the Danes semi-pro player talked about his experience with blameF at some Danish local LAN event.
As you can see, hard work will pay off, so don't give up on your dreams and be like blameF!