"Like Americans going to Japan only to eat at McDonald's when they could have been eating the same burgers at home."
The 26-year-old veteran arrives after departing from Illuminar Gaming.
The 19-year-old rifler makes his way over from Triumph.
The 26-year-old left the team back in 2018.
We now know just who will be competing for that $500,000 prize pot this August.
The competition will start August 31 and will see 12 European teams go head-to-head.
He leaves to start a new career as a free agent.
Astralis, Fnatic and G2 are among the teams announced.
The Danish player's arrival marks the second line-up change made by the team this year.
We've whittled down the competition to two competing teams who will be battling it out for a prize pool of €1,000.
The Brazilian team finalises its roster after the departure of KHTEX.
The competitive FPS receives another map-altering update.
A recent leak has many worried about malware and hacking attempts occurring through launching Valve's multiplayer modes.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament ESL One: Rio has been pushed back to the end of the year.
The success that is Valve's competitive shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive once again shows it's here to stay.
The player has released a statement criticising Envy's handling of the situation and Nifty's role in all this.