Transfer Thursday — October 8
Transfer Thursday is a regular section where you can learn about significant transfers, resignings, and line-up changes that have happened in the worlds of CS:GO, Dota 2, and others over the past week.
Transfer Thursday is a brand new regular section where you can learn about significant transfers, resignings, and line-up changes that have happened in the worlds of CS:GO, Dota 2, and other disciplines over the past week.
X9tence has announced the signing of Copenhagen Flames' Danish duo Daniel "mertz" Mertz and Marcus "mankz" Kjeldsen. They will replace Ismail "refrezh" Ali and Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen, who left last Friday to join the Vodafone Giants. Copenhagen Flames completed their roster just two months ago but again are left without a full-stack.
Presentamos a las dos nuevas piezas de nuestro roster de CS:GO. Listos para dar mucha guerra en el servidor 👊— x6tence (@x6tence) October 2, 2020
¡Bienvenidos, @mertzCS y @mankzCS!
📰 https://t.co/KFmjaICqw1#GOX6 👽 pic.twitter.com/CpqRzc78OX
There is no official word on where refrezh and HooXi have gone yet, but Jarek "DeKay" Lewis tells that players will be joining the all-Danish roster of MAD Lions.
It is reported that Copenhagen Flames will try to buy out the contract Team Singularity's Nico "nicoodoz" Tamjidi, with Mads "zyp" Hermansen being the temporary stand-in for the team.
Not a servant anymore
Lucas "LUCAS1" Teles announced his departure from Imperial. He played in only three tournaments with the team, since two months ago when he was signed to replace Denis "dzt" Fischer. Former Immortals and MIBR player thanks Imperial in a statement on Twitlonger.
It became known last week that Damian "daps" Steele has left Gen.G's CS:GO roster. Under his leadership, the club achieved significant success: winning the DreamHack Open Anaheim and the North American regional tournament ESL One: Road to Rio. As for now, he will become the main player in the new NRG Esports VALORANT roster. His teammate will be former NRG CS:GO player Chet "Chet" Singh.
Happy to be back with @NRGgg for Valorant, definitely one of the best orgs I've ever been with. Only scrimmed the game a few times but slowly learning and trying out people for the team! https://t.co/igP9DsjaXv— daps (@daps) October 5, 2020
Raised by the wolves
HellRaisers announced the official signing of Ilya "Lil" Ilyuk to their Dota 2 roster. Before that, he had already played as a stand-in for the club, but now he's signed as a permanent.
LIL ME ALONE, welcome to the pack. @LilJke— HellRaisers (@HELLRAISERSgg) October 6, 2020
A lot of you expected LiL to join our team, but we signed LIL ME ALONE. No steps back, you’re an underdog now and are ready to show what you’re worth. Your pack will support you.
Our team’s first game will be today, in ESL ONE Germany pic.twitter.com/xHw5dH3LQi
The team is still missing one player. Winstrike's member Dmitry "kickeed" Pilyaev will stand in for HellRaisers at the next tournament.
EHOME, 4AM, Vici Gaming and co.
There has been a lot of changes in the Chinese Dota 2 recently, so if you want to know what, how, and when happened — check the link below: