Team Vitality expand into CS:GO world

Sep 25 2018 2 min read
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A new French super team? Again?! YES!

According to VPEsports, a well-known organization in French scene, team Vitality is looking to expand into CS:GO with veterans like Nathan “NBK” Schmitt. It's been few months after G2 Esports (Spanish organization founded by legendary LoL player Ocelote) announced that NBK and apEX will not continue in their CS:GO roster and are open to negotiations. 

With this two top French players on board, It was more than obvious that rising 17-year-old star in French scene, Mathieu "ZywOo” Herbaut (currently playing for aAa) must be part of this roster as well. The fourth player will be ex-teammate of NBK from Source days, headshot machine Cedric “RpK” Guipouy itself. Last, but not least Vincent “Happy” Schopenhauer (Major winner in LDLC jersey) will lead this team as an in-game leader. Looking good, right?

And It's more of that. This star lineup will lead legendary 1.6 player Philippe "faculty” Rodier as a coach, who just recently published a book about esports and on the coaching impact in the football. 

New Vitality CS:GO roster will look as follows:

Nathan “NBK” Schmitt

Dan “apEX” Madesclaire

Vincent “Happy” Schopenhauer

Cedric “RpK” Guipouy

Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut

Philippe “faculty” Rodier (coach)


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