“I’m really excited to start a new chapter in my career in GODSENT,” freddieb said in a statement. “It’s going to be awesome playing in a full Swedish lineup again together with a group of really talented players, who has the potential to reach the top if we work hard together. I want to thank Epsilon for helping me and the other players get our foot in professional esports, and I will always be grateful for the chance that was given to me. Now it is all about GODSENT and I look forward to playing the first official game tomorrow against EnVyUs in ESL Pro League.”
Freddieb will replace Markus “pronax” Wallsten, who parted ways with Godsent two weeks ago, with Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi temporarily taking his place for ESL Pro League matches. The announcement confirms an Aug. 22 Slingshot report that freddieb had agreed to join Godsent. Before any transfers were able to be made, however, he was obligated to finish the Gfinity Elite Series Finals with Epsilon, his previous team, which ended on Saturday.
The move completes Godsent’s summer upheaval, as the team also traded Jonas “lekr0” Olofsson for Fnatic’s Dennis “dennis” Edman, and now replaces pronax.
Godsent’s full roster now consists of dennis, freddieb, Andreas “znajder” Lindberg, Simon “twist” Eliasson, and Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun.