Dota 2 giant, OG might be on its way to make an appearance in the CS:GO scene with a potential new roster under works. Rumours of OG’s potential move into CS:GO have been circulating for months now.
Recently the organisation registered a new company in Denmark aptly named “OG CS:GO”, a daughter-company of the main OG Company. This information is publicly available on Denmark’s public records website and so its not just a rumour now and the two-time back-to-back The International Champions might officially make their way into CS:GO.
Further the documentation on the site reveals that the new company will be run by two-time Champion of The International, Johan “N0tail” Sundstein and Sébastien “Ceb” Debs. Both N0tail and Ceb are listed as directors and owners of this new daughter company. While both players are still active in Dota 2, the new company won’t cause any conflict of interest with Dota 2 as they won’t actively compete in CS:GO and will only act as directors/managers.
Over the past months, several speculations of suspected roster move have also surfaced with some claiming French player Nathan “NBK-” Schmitt to head the CS:GO roster, although the company released no information about roster just yet, so this is just a mere speculation and so take it with a grain of salt.