CS:GO – Renegades return to the island
Published by Giselle
December 3, 2019 6:46 pm
With the commitment of the entire Grayhound-Ruster, the eSports organisation Renegades returns to the world of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
It took one month before Renegades returned to CS:GO. After the US organisation 100Thieves signed the entire Renegades line-up, it was not clear whether the team would compete again in Counter-Strike.
But 30 days later the time had come again. Similar to the competition from 100Thieves, Renegades also hired the whole team from another organisation. In this case, the choice fell on the players of Grayhound.
The roster, consisting of 100 per cent Australian players, will be wearing the new jersey during the ESL Pro League Season 10 – Finals in Odense.
The former Greyhound Gaming players have had minor successes in the past, including first place in the OMEN Challenger Series 2019 and the Asia Minor Championship – Berlin 2019.
Renegades is known beyond the borders of the USA and has been active in numerous different games. In the past, for example, the organisation operated a League of Legends team, which was sold to Team Envy in the course of restructuring. Currently, the company has active players in Fortnite, SMITE, Paladins, Super Smash Bros. as well as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.