No disco for GODSENT in series loss 2-0
September 14, 2017
disco doplan posted a 36/41 KD on Wednesday in a 2-0 loss to BIG in ESL Pro League Season 6.
disco doplan got the fresh starts in each half of the best-of-two series with a 3-0 outing in each. However, the defensive start on Cache had a firm lead early on but BIG crushed doplan on the short comeback defense to take the first half with an 8-7 score. The second half was a rough time for disco doplan who struggled to win the only offensive round in the half, taking the Game 1 loss 16-8. Game 2 with a 3-0 start which eventually got up to a 4-2 lead for disco doplan quickly diminished after the full buy round was decimated by BIG which led to a 9-6 score at the half. His second half started well in the anti-eco rounds but the economy wasn't strong enough to put the AWP in his hands for a tough 16-13 loss to close the series sweep.
Twist and shout in 2-0 loss
September 14, 2017
twist went 40/45 on Wednesday in a 2-0 loss to BIG in ESL Pro League Season 6.
twist had a consistent beginning of the halves against BIG, however, the start on Cache led to a promising first half with the help of his strongholds on the A-bombsite. Although BIG came rallying back to steal the first half lead 8-7 going into the second. With the momentum crushed in the first half, there was nothing to help twist in the second half as he was only able to win one round for the 16-8 loss. Game 2 twist had a much better performance in the second half after a 9-6 deficit in the first. With a strong defensive start and short comeback, despite the 16-13 loss, posting a team-leading 24/24 KD and 104 ADR.
Lacking in kills with 2-0 loss
September 13, 2017
dennis posted a 26/41 KD in Tuesday's loss to LDLC in ESL Pro League Season 6.
dennis struggled to find any frags in the first half of Inferno of Game 1 with little to no kills to help the defense. However, his Round 10 triple-kill retake on the B-bombsite reduced the lead to two rounds 6-4, but it was the last round won for GODSENT. Down 11-4, dennis struggled to find any frags in the small comeback of the second half as the team took the 16-9 loss. Game 2, dennis continued to struggle to find frags and hold off another strong offensive first half from LDLC with another 10-5 deficit. The second half was another disappointing run as dennis took the series sweep in a 16-8 loss on Overpass.
Dismal series loss to LDLC 2-0
September 13, 2017
twist posted a 38/37 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to LDLC in ESL Pro League Season 6.
After taking a crucial Round 4 loss, twist came up big in the following round with a triple-kill hold on the A-bombsite to reduce the 3-2 deficit to one. However, the remainder of the half was a dismal performance on a weak economy for an 11-4 loss. The second half shed some light after the second pistol round loss to win five rounds until LDLC closed out Game 1 16-9. A very slow start to Game 2 on Overpass began to lighten up thanks to twist's Round 9 triple AWP kill to hold the A-bombsite with a 7-2 deficit. Losing the AWP meant losing rounds ahead as twist picked up only five rounds in the first half with a 10-5 loss. The second half was no better, as the offense couldn't get past LDLC for a 16-8 loss.
Joins GODSENT as in-game leader
September 4, 2017
GODSENT has announced its recent signing of former Epsilon member, freddieb to fill in as the new in-game leader.
GODSENT will now bring in former Epsilon member, freddieb, to replace the vacant former in-game leader Pronax, who was benched weeks ago. The 23-year-old signed with Epsilon in March of 2016 where he won several international tournaments, including Pro Gamer League 2016, Nordic Championship and WCA World Finals. His most recent win with Epsilon came just last weekend, with a 3-0 win over Prophecy in the Gfinite Elite Series Final. freddieb will debut on the lineup as ESL Pro League Season 6 returns Tuesday against EnVyUs.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Will replace Fnatic at SL i-League Season 2
August 23, 2016
GODSENT will be heading to SL i-League Season 2 in place of Fnatic, reports Dennis Gonzales of theScore.
GODSENT originally placed 9th-12th in the EU qualifiers for the event, but have now been officially added to the event. Fnatic, along with Team Liquid, who were replaced by Hellraisers, were origianlly invited to the event, but were missing from the list of teams sent out by the tournament organizers on Tuesday. The tournament will see the debut of the newly minted GODSENT roster that just recently added three former Fnatic players.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Pulls out of Northern Arena
August 16, 2016
GODSENT will no longer be competing at Northern Arena, Daniel Rosen of theScore reports.
GODSENT has decided to not attend Northern Arena this September. They did not give any specific reason for the decision, but considering the recent moves, it's perhaps not that surprising. Just this week, the team traded twist, Lerk0 to Fnatic in exchange for KRiMZ, JW and flusha. The team will likely want a bit more time to break in the new roster before competing in the tournament.