Going into the new season, a lot of CS:GO teams are attempting to improve their starting lineups. Here, you may stay up to speed on any roster adjustments and speculations. While the winter off-season is not normally as active as the summer break, some organizations utilize it to strengthen their teams before the start of the new season. The most recent CS:GO transfer news and speculations can be found here. The article will be updated as more roster changes are revealed or reported.
The Saudi esports organization Falcons plans to change its CS:GO roster. The club will invite bodyy, who recently left HEET and became a free agent, to the team. HEET certainly has problems, which we will talk about later. In Falcons, the 26-year-old Frenchman will replace Python, considering the opportunities that have opened up for him.
Python has been in Falcons since last February. Falcons and 21-year-old Frenchman won the ESL Championnat National Spring 2022 and ESL Challenger League Season 41: Europe, and also reached the OMEN WGR European Challenge 2022 and ESL Championnat finals National: Autumn 2022.
Falcons did it in fact that HEET has severe problems with funding and let some of its players go. The transfer will likely be announced before the OMEN WGR Challenge 2023 at the end of January.
Sharks Esports is preparing to sign a contract with Gafolo. The 20-year-old Brazilian sniper is preparing to join Paqueta Gaming to replace jnt. Gafolo has reportedly already said goodbye to his fellow Paqueta Gaming members. The 20-year-old esportsman was also interested in the ARCTIC club but chose to join Sharks Esports.
Additionally, Sharks Esports is preparing to say goodbye to jnt, who was about to leave the team at the beginning of 2023 back in November. If the 21-year-old Brazilian still leaves Sharks Esports, the organization will sign a contract with rdnzao from the Liberty team. At the moment, Sharks Esports has not commented on this situation.
According to the insider, the famous American esportsman Stewie2K may return to the CS:GO discipline from VALORANT. According to a comment left on the VLR.GG forum, the former Team Liquid, and Evil Geniuses player have received an offer to join an unnamed team. However, Stewie2K may also stay in VALORANT, as he also received an offer to move to one of the teams.
News about the future of Stewie2K comes after the American and his team and The Nation failed in the open qualifiers for VALORANT Challengers 2023: North America Split 1.
Stewie2K left Evil Geniuses last summer to move into a content creator role and dive into VALORANT. In the following months, the 25-year-old American dabbled in the discipline of Riot Games, playing in commercial championships.
Stewie2K will have to choose between two disciplines.
The Swedish esports organization GODSENT has decided on its new CS:GO roster. In particular, Plopski and ztr, former Ninjas in Pajamas players, will join the club. In addition, the roster that will be discussed next has registered on the ESEA platform under the name "Bigmix" and is preparing to enter the new competitive season.
One of the main players of the new team should be Plopski. The 20-year-old Swede played more than three years with Ninjas in Pajamas, with whom he became the winner of Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Fall: Europe and Global Esports Tour Dubai 2022, and also made it to the top three at BLAST Pro Series: Copenhagen 2019, BLAST Pro Series: Global Final 2019, ESL Pro League Season 13, Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Winter and ESL Pro League Season 15.
Together with him from Ninjas in Pajamas, ztr will join. The 19-year-old Swede has played for the Young Ninjas for over two years and has also held several championships for the organization's primary team. Golden will be the coach of the team. The experienced Swede played for fnatic for many years, and also managed to train the youth team of the Fnatic Rising club.
According to a well-known insider, the Belgian esports organization HEET will rebuild its CS:GO roster. This decision is directly related to the weak results of the team, as well as the serious financial problems of the club itself.
Last week, French streamer KRL claimed that HEET owed some €100,000 to its players. The club did not pay for the buyout of JACKZ from G2 Esports and owed money to the player who bought out the contract with the former organization. In turn, bodyy does not receive the required salary for several months.
The organization plans to terminate afro's contract with LDLC. What awaits the other members of the team is unknown. At the same time, HEET withdrew from all upcoming championships, only bringing the possible closing of the roster closer. Given the recent news and the factual confirmation of neL's financial problems, HEET will have to rack its brains to keep the French project, which is one of the strongest in the local scene, at least in some form.
It has yet to be discovered when the Belgian club will make an official statement about the future of HEET. Decisions on the part of the club will likely be made in the coming days to release the players before the start of significant events. The team managed to withdraw from the ESL Pro League Season 17: European Conference, where they were supposed to play with Partizan Esports in the first round.
The season has just begun, and so many team changes are already happening. This year should be exciting. The possible collapse of HEET supplements regular transfers. Is this the only team that walks the edge of funding? What team do you think has similar problems now? What transfers do you expect? Write in the comments. Share your experience with Cyber-sport.io. Subscribe and follow the latest eSports news!