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Epsilon eSports announces all-Swedish CS:GO roster

Epsilon eSports signed a Swedish CS:GO roster.
Epsilon eSports signed a Swedish CS:GO roster.

Epsilon eSports revealed Monday its all-Swedish Counter-Strike roster featuring David “Jayzwalkingz” Kempner.

Epsilon signed the roster of Snabbabrillor, which included Jayzwalkingz, who played for Crowns Esports Club and Fnatic Academy, and Andreas “moken” Karlsson. The rest of the lineup includes Eric “Ericip” Torsson, Kevin “kevzy” Nilsson and Gustav “ZINKEN” Björk.

“Although we had an important victory in Season 1 of the Gfinity Elite Series, Epsilon eSports have decided for a complete overhaul of our CS:GO team in the build up to season two of the Elite Series,” the announcement reads. “The international lineup was unable to find the right composition to continue for the time being, with the recent departure of Fredrik “freddieb” Buo.”

The new team will replace the international roster with which Epsilon won Season 1 of the Gfinity Elite Series. According to the announcement Monday, André “BARBARR” Moller has asked for some time off, joining Owen “smooya” Butterfield and Cosmin “COSMEEEN” Butuc on the bench as subs. The new inspiration for the new lineup is credited to the team’s coach Christian “chrille” Lindberg, according to the announcement.

Smooya hinted at Epsilon’s desires to field an all-Swedish team when he opened up about his benching two weeks ago.


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