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Important Changes


Dear Sproutlings,

With the apparent absence of success, following our RMR run last week, we spent a lot of time reflecting on our situation together as a team. 

After intense and careful deliberation, we have recognized that we need to make extensive changes in order to be well-positioned in the competitive scene, especially now as we await a new era with CS2, without losing sight of our philosophy.

"In the fast-paced world of esports making the right call for player- and roster changes can be challenging. Often, we’ve only had a brief time period to test various players and eventually pick a candidate. With little to no time, one will never know for sure if a decision is fitting until further. It simply isn’t possible to anticipate all circumstances and aspects that play into team dynamics."

In the past we have paved the way for young talents to emerge and join the big guys as we accompanied and teached them intensively on their journey. We enjoyed seeing them flourish and blossom as our most recent youngsters did, lauNX and Staehr. In regards to the  aforementioned challenges, we are excited to announce that we will be fulfilling a long-awaited project this summer by creating an Academy-Team. We are fully committed to take our talent promotion to the next level, building this Academy-Team from scratch to the best of our abilities and being a mentor for the talents throughout. In hopes that we raise the seedlings that may be the foundation for our future main team.

“I am thrilled to be involved in our upcoming CS:GO academy team project. I see this team not as a separate entity but as a second team that will bring great value to our organization. I will be heavily involved in this project, serving not only as a distant observer but also as a full-fledged supportive coach as much as I can. Our primary goal is to find the right players who have the talent, skill, and dedication to compete at the highest levels.”

Speaking of, there are necessary short-term changes taking immediate effect as we enter the period of roster readjustment officially once again. First, after a rather brief journey, parting ways with Aaron ‘AZR’ Ward. We thank him for his efforts and the experience he brought to the team. We wish Aaron the best for his further journey.

Despite the sudden and challenging nature of this alteration, we are fully committed to pushing forward and work hard in order to achieve our long-term goals. In regards to the roster, we are now going back to trialing for an IG Leader, which will extend to both our officials and practice games. This may result in weekly changing players taking part. 

That being said, we are dedicated to making progress and continuing to grow as a team to emerge steeled for the challenges waiting ahead.