GODSENT
Sweden
mouz shows interest
January 30, 2018
GODSENT and mousesports are currently in talks with the transfer of dennis, Flickshot.fr reports.
ANALYSIS
mousesports are looking to revamp their roster after failing to advance from the quarterfinals at the ELEAGUE Major Boston. mousesports will look to replace their current in-game leader, STYKO for the GODSENT leader, dennis. The future for dennis has been up in the air since his time with GODSENT was rather short after departing from Fnatic. He was a recent stand-in for Astralis at the BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen, helping the Danes finish second. dennis has played for mouz in the past, which was the most recent LOOT.BET Cup 2, in which he helped the team secure a spot at cs_summit 2. Flickshot.fr reported that the two organizations are in "advanced talks" as a RFRSH Entertainment source confirming the "ongoing discussions with multiple parties." There has been no initial comment from either organization or players.
Young talent joins GODSENT
December 20, 2017
GODSENT have announced the recent roster completion with the addition of hampus and 15-year-old Brollan.
ANALYSIS
GODSENT have replaced dennis and znajder, who both exited the team over a month ago. With lackluster results, the team never found solid ground to make it through either ESL Pro League or the ECS season, resulting in group-stage exits. Now, GODSENT have added 15-year-old Brollan to the mix, who has been seen playing at notable offline tournaments such as the WESG Europe Regional finals. At the same event, Brollan was a stand-in for Fnatic's KRIMZ, and played well against the top-tier Counter-Strike players from different regions. Despite the young talent, GODSENT will be unable to play ESL-organized tournaments with the full lineup due to the organizer's age restrictions.
Joins GODSENT to complete roster
December 20, 2017
GODSENT has announced the finalization of their roster with the addition of hampus and Brollan.
ANALYSIS
After a month of having an incomplete roster following the end of the grueling ESC Season 4 run, GODSENT have now completed its roster with hampus and Brollan. The team has experienced some playing time with hampus at the most recent WESG Europe Regional Finals, placing second to Ukraine and a spot at the world finals. With previous chemistry to fall back on, hampus should provide some stability as a strong rifler to allow the team to more versatile.
To stand in for Astralis
November 24, 2017
Astralis superstar dev1ce will miss the BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen, Denmark due to medical leave, the organization has announced.
ANALYSIS
Astralis suffered through IEM Oakland with an illness that struck sniper super star dev1ce just prior to the event, missing the first match against EnVyUs. Now, the sniper will be unable to play in the BLAST Pro Series as Astralis was forced to look for a replacement. The organization finally came around and picked up recently benched GODSENT member dennis to play for Astralis in Denmark.
Released from GODSENT
November 15, 2017
The organization has revealed changes to the roster as znajder has been released from his contract.
ANALYSIS
GODSENT has released long-term member znajder from the active lineup with immediate effect. The news comes as the team has had a rather lackluster performance throughout the 2017 campaign. Between missing the ESL Pro League Playoffs and placing 5-6th in the EU Minor for the ELEAGUE Major, GODSENT needed change and needed it quickly. According to the team's sports director, Kasper Hvidt, it has been clear that znajder "wished to try something new in his career." znajder's contract will be free as the player is free to play for whomever he wants. To fill in the void, GODSENT have brought in pyth and hampus and stand-ins.
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Receives last DH Tours invite
May 12, 2018
GODSENT are the last team invited to the DreamHack Open Tours at the end of this month, the tournament organizers announced.
ANALYSIS
Eight teams are now confirmed for the $100,000 tournament with GODSENT receiving the final invite alongside Gambit, North, HellRaisers, Imperial, Team EnVyus, while Torqued and AGO made it through the European and North American qualifiers. GODSENT will be traveling to the French city of Tours at the end of this month on May 19-21 to play the two GSL groups and will then move on to the single elimination bracket.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Qualify for StarSeries i-League Season 5
May 6, 2018
GODSENT swept Virtus.pro 2-0 (16-5 on Inferno, 16-4 on Train) in the grand finals to secure a spot at the $300,000 tournament.
ANALYSIS
GODSENT made their way to the playoffs bracket after defeating Kinguin and Singularity to clinch first place in Group B, before matched up against the directly invited, Imperial. GODSENT scrapped by Imperial through all three maps to make their way to deciding semifinals, where they eased past Virtus.pro with a 16-5 and 16-4 scoreline across Inferno and Train to secure their place at StarSeries. This will be the first appearance at a big event for the Swedes in 2018, after recently winning the Qi Invitational, GODSENT will now travel to Kiev, Ukraine on May 28th through June 3rd.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Win Qi Invitational
May 1, 2018
GODSENT have won the Qi Invitational after defeating TyLoo 2-0 in the grand final.
ANALYSIS
The grand final kicked off on Cobblestone where GODSENT started on the CT-side and managed to squeeze ahead for the 8-7 lead at the half. The Swedes of GODSENT remained in the driver's seat to round out the second half on the T-side with a 16-9 series lead. The series then moved on to Overpass, which was a battle right from the start. TyLoo wouldn't go down without a fight and kept the rounds close before GODSENT eventually rode off with the 9-6 half. TyLoo then brought the rounds back to contest on their T-side but GODSENT earned three in a row to reach championship point. From there, TyLoo tried everything to force the overtime rounds in hopes of a third map but GODSENT held off in Round 30 to secure the 16-14 win and the Qi Invitational title.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Completes roster with hampus and Brollan
December 20, 2017
The organization has announced the recent addition of hampus and young-talent of Brollan.
ANALYSIS
The news comes as GODSENT have now officially replaced dennis and znajder, who exited the team over a month ago. hampus and Brollan have now been called up to play in the big leagues of Counter-Strike. Both players have been exposed to the offline elements and the pressure of events as hampus has been seen playing with the team at the most-recent WESG Europe Regionals Finals. At the same event, Brollan also filled in the void for Fnatic's, KRIMZ, at the tournament. Despite the addition of Brollan, the team will be unable to use him in any ESL-organized events due to the organization's restrictions.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
GODSENT release znajder; bench dennis
November 15, 2017
GODSENT has revealed that the organization has benched dennis and released znajder's contract due to lack luster results.
ANALYSIS
GODSENT has seen better day in the 2017 year with several roster changes to bring new hope to the team. However, a string of lackluster performances has moved the team to make some changes with the depth of the roster. The organization will release znajder's contract for free due to the player "wishing to try something new in his career" stated by the team's sports director, Kasper Hvidt. dennis will also be benched as the player has expressed his frustrations as the team "didn't play the way I wanted to play." To fill in the void, GODSENT will bring in pyth and hampus as stand-in's until further notice.