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BnTeT Joins Bigetron for New CS2 Roster

Indonesian powerhouse Bigetron Esports is making waves in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene, unveiling a new roster spearheaded by the legendary Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand. This marks a significant development for Bigetron as they solidify their presence in the competitive CS:GO landscape.

BnTeT’s Return and a Blend of Talent

BnTeT, the 28-year-old veteran famed for his stints with TYLOO and EXTREMUM, has been team-less since his departure from NKT in January. His addition to Bigetron adds serious firepower and experience to a roster looking to make an impact.

Joining BnTeT are Andre “WasteOfAmmo” Yosua Poluakan and Patrick “Derek” Lacson, who showcased their skills with MAG at the recent Asia RMR. North American talent rounds out the roster: Matthew “nero” Seymour and Christopher “aleph” Froden. This international blend of players brings a unique dynamic to Bigetron’s playstyle.

Nero and aleph’s arrival comes after recent controversy within their former team, Rocket. This situation opens a new chapter for both players as they look to put the past behind them and focus on excelling with Bigetron.

BnTeT’s experience, coupled with the fresh talent on this roster, creates an intriguing mix for Bigetron’s CS:GO future. Fans will be eagerly watching to see how this team performs in upcoming tournaments, with the potential to shake up the Asian and international competitive scenes.

Bigetron has the following roster:

  • Hansel “⁠BnTeT⁠” Ferdinand
  • Andre “⁠WasteOfAmmo⁠” Yosua Poluakan
  • Patrick “⁠Derek⁠” Lacson
  • Matthew “⁠nero⁠” Seymour
  • Christopher “⁠aleph⁠” Froden
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