INTZ CS:GO team moves to BOOM Esports
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The INTZ CS:GO roster has moved to BOOM Esports after 15 months with the organization.
INTZ was one of the unfortunate organizations affected by the new ESL Pro League Season 11 structure, where 24 teams were cut from the planned 48. INTZ has been arguably the second-best team from Brazil, trailing behind MIBR.
Coach Alessandro "Apoka" Marcucci released this statement on his personal Twitter:
Today we officially announce that we are no longer part of INTZ. We sincerely thank you for all the time we spent in the organization and we wish the best for INTZ ever! #GoINTZ Thanks for everything @intz ! Only good memories! You always believed in us News soon ...
This announcement comes somewhat out of order as BOOM Esports was announced as being a part of the ESL Pro League Season 11 before INTZ or the players announced the transfer of the roster.
Here is the former INTZ roster who are now BOOM Esports:
- Gustavo "yel" Knittel
- Ricardo "boltz" Prass
- Marcelo "chelo" Cespedes
- Bruno "shz" Martinelli
- Alessandro "Apoka" Marcucci (Coach)
Currently, it appears that BOOM Esports is still in search of a fifth man after their stand-in João "felps" Vasconcellos lasted for a very brief period.
BOOM Esports' next event will be the Americas Minor South America Closed Qualifier on March 3 - 5 to try and earn a spot in the ESL One Rio 2020 Major.