“Due to visa issues, our players couldn’t attend IEM Dallas for which they qualified through tough competition. This resulted in our absence at IEM Cologne as well. Fortunately, there was no such a visa situation with ESL Challenger in Melbourne, where we finished in a tied third place. Nevertheless, we didn’t achieve our goals this year for various reasons. We especially regret the unsuccessful qualifications for the last two Majors. At the same time, since the beginning of the war, it has been impossible to fulfill business goals associated with our CIS roster. For these reasons we decided to place the team on a transfer list. We are ready to negotiate transfer of individual players or the entire roster,” says Entropiq CEO Daniel Kloud.
One of the leading teams in the world, represented by Aleksei “El1an” Gusev (his transfer-listing has already been announced), Aleksei “NickelBack” Trofimov, Vladislav “Krad” Kravchenko, Igor “Forester” Bezotecheskiy, Nikolay “mir” Bityukov, and coach Dmitry “hooch” Bogdanov, has been officially placed on a transfer list. The roster will continue to represent Entropiq in ongoing tournaments.
“CS:GO is a highly competitive game, and Entropiq is a very ambitious club that wants to regularly compare itself with the elite and participate in the biggest tournaments. I believe that together we will find a solution that will suit both parties and that Entropiq will once again be fighting for trophies both home and abroad,” adds Entropiq’s CGO Pavel Klaban.