Chaos Esports Club sign Xeppaa and leaf

May 05 2020 1 min read

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Following Hunter "SicK" Mims retirement from competitive CS:GO to begin his VALORANT career under the Sentinels flag, Chaos Esports Club has had a hole to fill.

The North American esports organization has now announced the signing of Erik "Xeppaa" Bach and Nathan "leaf" Orf. While the rifler Xeppaa joins as a full-time member, leaf signs up on a trial basis. Both players were teammates at the team Under 21, which they left in mid-April.

Chaos Esports Club also revealed the departure of Cameron "cam" Kern. After their 7th-8th place finish at Flashpoint Season 1, the team determined cam isn't the right fit. Both Xeppaa and leaf are young players with a few years of experience under their belt.

Here's what the current Chaos Esports Club CS:GO roster looks like:

  • Joshua "steel" Nissan

  • Anthony "vanity" Malaspina

  • Logan "Voltage" Long

  • Erik "Xeppaa" Bach

  • Nathan "leaf" Orf (trial)

  • Matt "mCe" Elmore (coach)

The new roster won their debut match against Big Frames in ESEA Season 34: Premier Division - North America. Today they face Mythic at 3:00 PM PDT.


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