April 27, 2021

CSGO, FPS, Gaming supplements
CSGO tournaments are no short of a festival for enthusiasts and fanatics that have a special spot for the game in their hearts. After the unfortunate cancellation of RIO Major 2020, fans had been eagerly waiting for the next Major, and now finally, the road to Stockholm Major 2021 has begun. As Valve made the announcement, rosters worldwide started making changes to their lineup to compete at their finest and book their place into the Major. After competing online for over a year, it would be interesting to see how these teams perform, especially when the probable comeback of LAN tournaments is finally in the picture.

G2 Esports Benches kennyS to Bring in JaCkz

Although it might come as a shock, it is happening. Kenny “kennyS” Schrub is among the players hailed as one of the best AWPers to ever touch the game. It might not sound like a very good decision on the surface, but kennyS has indeed been out of shape recently, and without him performing, G2 Esports has been putting a mediocre performance at best. Bringing in JaCkz might be a welcome change since that will also provide NiKo with more creative opportunity with the AWP. However, only time will tell whether JaCkz can fill in the shoes of kennyS.

KennyS joined G2 Esports in 2017 and won multiple tournaments, but recently he seemed to have lost his touch. Professional players like KennyS need to be at their best mentally to compete at the professional level. For them, the right supplements can make all the difference, such as Triumphsupps; they provide specially prepared supplements that players can use to annihilate their competition and perform at their best.

Cloud9 Pulls out of CSGO ‘For Now’

Ever since their win at the Boston Major 2018, Cloud9 had been on a decline for quite some time. In the act of desperation, Cloud9 assembled an all-new roster in September of last year, however that did not go according to plan as the performance did not get any better. Finally, their failure to qualify for the IEM Katowice proved to be the final nail in their coffin.

However, this is not the end of the story for Cloud9; they will make their comeback in the CSGO scene as soon as the pandemic ends. In their official statement, Cloud9 expressed their interest in an all-new American roster based in Los Angeles in the future.

OG and ISSAA Part Ways

Despite being a two-time TI winner at DOTA 2, OG is still a relatively new team for CSGO. The team was formed back in December of 2019, and since that, they have had their ups and downs when it comes to major tournaments. This roster change comes after the team’s unsatisfactory run at the ongoing ESL Pro League S13 with just two wins in the bag out of five. ISSAA was one of the founding members of the team led by Aleksi “⁠Aleksib⁠” Virolainen.

 Due to the pandemic, CSGO had to be shifted from LAN to Online, which proved to be a major issue for players with not so good internet. ISSAA was one of them since he was known to have ping related issues since he was stuck at his home in Jordan.