Signify CSGO features Asian ‘beast’ Crazyguy, Ace

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Signify CSGO has announced a multi-national lineup for the upcoming season. The significantly successful esports organization of India had announced their entry into CSGO & PUBG earlier.

In an official post on social media, Signify has announced their new CSGO lineup featuring Tejas Sawant & Cong Anh Ngo.

Few weeks ago, TalkEsport had reported the developments in the Asian scene. According to the sources aware of the trades, Crazyguy and Ace were in talks with several organizations to explore new verticals.

We had also reported that ex-OpTic India players were looking for new home after parent org. OpTic withdrew from the region.

Signify CSGO

Signify CSGO lineup

  • Agneya ‘Marzil’ Koushik
  • Lukas ‘yb’ Groning
  • Sunny ‘DEATHMAKER’ Das
  • Tejas ‘Ace’ Sawant
  • Cong ‘crazyguy’ Anh Ngo

In the first week of November we had learned that one of the most experienced Indian CSGO pro was returning to India after playing for Team XCN for a few months.

Post f0rsaken fiasco, the players of Optic India were left in a dire situation. Sabyasachi ‘antidote’ Bose was the first one to find asylum, haiVaan followed his footsteps a little later.

Cong ‘crazyguy’ Anh Ngo, the 22-year-old from Vietnam have earlier played for teams such as Skyred, Threats & Revolution.

The dominant performance of the youngster at DreamHack Open Stockholm 2015 was widely recognized and applauded. HLTV.org even produced a feature fragmovie, calling it ‘beast from the east.

Crazyguy was also part of the $4000 SoStronk’s King of the Hill – Asia championship, where his team Secret won the title.

Signify CSGO unprecedentedly brings a lot of firepower around the table. The experience of Tejas ‘ace’ Sawant & Cong ‘crazyguy’ Anh Ngo, along with the aggression of Marzil & DeathMaker, Lukas ‘yb’ Groning has a lot to showcase.

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