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Godsent to transfer its CS:GO roster to a "big international esports organisation"

The transfer includes four players and a coach.

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Godsent has announced that it has sold its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster to another "big international esports organisation." Originally detailed on Friday, January 15, the roster transfer will see its premier CS:GO team, who currently hold the HLTV rank of 15, heading elsewhere for the future.

"The journey together with this team has been incredible and full of victorious moments," said Ludwig Sandgren and Henrik Denebrandt, CEOs of Godsent in the announcement article. "We are proud and grateful for what we have accomplished together, and we will forever be in their debt for how they have helped propel our organisation to the next level. This team will forever be enshrined in the history of our mighty organisation."

The transferred roster features four players and a coach, and they are as follows; Pavle "Maden" Boskovic, Asger "Farlig" Jensen, Jesse "zehN" Linjala, Martin "STYKO" Styk, with Jonatan "Devilwalk" Lundberg as the coach.

To this date, we still do not know who has acquired the roster, although considering 2021 CS:GO competitions are set to start taking effect once again that information will likely be detailed sooner than later.

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