GODSENT takes in dennis, pyth

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Swedes are on a roller coaster ride it seems. GODSENT, the closest fnatic counterpart has undergone a change in their roster. GODSENT welcomes Dennis in their active roster and pyth as a stand-in for ESL Pro League. The moves comes in after FaZe announced their new lineup with Olof earlier today.

Joining the new roster dennis stated: It’s been nearly 2 years since I joined fnatic for an incredible journey. However all things come to an end, and I am looking forward to rejoining two of my most recent team mates, Twist and Doplan. We went to the Eleague Major semi finals back in January this year and with the potential on this roster we will aim for that – and more! I look very much forward to working with the GODSENT team!

GODSENT’s roster now looks like;

  • Simon “twist” Eliasson
  • Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun
  • Andreas “znajder” Lindberg
  • Dennis “dennis” Edman
  • Markus “pronax” Wallsten – Substitute
  • Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi (EPL only) – Substitute

The most unfortunate of all pronax, who led Fnatic extraordinarily in 2014-2015 where they won 6 back to back events. Pronax expressed his disappointment with himself in his official statement:

“Being a part of GODSENT since it’s creation has been a roller coaster of emotions, with the hardships of being a “startup” – to then later join the ranks of RFRSH, and then the shuffles back & forth with fnatic. Co-founding GODSENT is the most ambitious project i have taken on so far, and definitely the hardest one. I have grown immensely as a person, for that I’m grateful.

Poor performance and continuous struggles to find common ground within the team made it evident for all of us that a change had to happen. Unfortunately for me, it means that I am put on the sideline. I have not played with a group of players that I have clicked this well with ever since my 1.6 days and needless to say, I would have loved to be a part of the active roster for the upcoming season, but I do respect the decision the team has made.

I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to RFRSH who has been a blast to work with, also the current & past staff/players of GODSENT, especially the people that was/has been around from the beginning, without you GODSENT would not be reality!”

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Pranav Nalawade

Pranav Nalawade

Mostly known as PN. I love to edit CS:GO movies. An experience of over 5 years working with the best in the country. Working as a senior production manager at TalkEsport from 2013 to present.