Steel will allegedly headline Chaos' new NA roster

Sep 04 2019 2 min read

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Following Chaos Esports Club's release of its former Swedish CS:GO roster, a Rush B Media report has provided insight into the new roster's composition. 

According to the report, former Ghost in-game leader Joshua "steel" Nissan will headline the team. Other sign-ups include former Cloud9 player William "RUSH" Wierzba, former Lazarus player Gage "Infinite" Green and former Singularity player Cameron "hydrex" Kern. 

Former Singularity in-game leader Alan "Shakezullah" Hardeman will also join the team as a coach, while the last spot on the team is still yet to be confirmed. However, the report claims that former Heroic player Niels-Christian "NaToSaphiX" Sillassen is in negotiations to fill that spot. 

The new Chaos roster is believed to take Singularity's place in ESEA Mountain Dew League as Ricky "floppy" Kemery and Josh "oSee" Ohm will reportedly leave Singularity for ATK soon. However, ESEA's roster rules require the replacement team to have two members from the original Singularity roster play in eight of the first nine season matches. This is presumably why Shakezullah is part of Chaos' new roster. 

It was only yesterday that Chaos announced it had dropped its Swedish CS:GO roster in order to create a new North American team. The decision was made to focus on the NA scene due to organisational support. Thanks to Rush B Media's sources, it would appear that the team has wasted no time in creating its new roster. 

Former Chaos players Joakim "Relaxa" Gustafsson, Fredrik "FREDDyFROG" Gustafsson and Daniel "djL" Narancic are currently trying out new players for the last two positions on their organisation-less team. 

With matches scheduled in LOOT.BET Season 4, ECS Pinnacle Cup and the online MDL Season 32 Europe, the former Chaos roster will be playing its upcoming matches with Simon "tabz" Feldt and Linus "Bååten" Andersson.


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