Godsent on their Twitter have announced the sale transfer of their CSGO roster to “another big international Esports organization.
Martin “STYKO” Styk and co were acquired from SMASH by the Swedish organization Godsent in November 2019. As reported earlier by TalkEsport and Ryan at Rush B Media, FunPlus Phoenix Esports at an event had revealed their roster for both Valorant and CSGO on a big screen during the same. The image of the screen was also posted by a user named Kiruna on the Liquipedia Discord.
During 2020, Godsent showcased a formidable performance where they climbed to the #15 position on HLTV.org’s ranking. They had a decent run at the ICE Challenge 2020 where they finished 4th along with placing fifth and seventh at the RMR events ESL One: Road to Rio and cs_summit 6.
The now ex-Godsent lineup had parted ways with Kevin “kRYSTAL” Amend two months back after which they tried out Luka “emi” Vuković for the remainder of their matches. Emi was earlier let go by c0ntact gaming to explore further options for his future. With kRYSTAL on his way to ALTERNATE aTTAX, and emi running out of his trial period at Godsent, the latter’s 4 players along with their CSGO coach will be transferred to their new rumored home at FPX Esports.
In a press release, Ludwig Sandgren and Henrik Denebrandt, CEOs at Godsent stated,
“The journey together with this team has been incredible and full of victorious moments. We are proud and grateful for what we have accomplished together, and we will forever be in their debt for how they have helped propel our organization to the next level. This team will forever be enshrined in the history of our mighty organization.”
The CSGO roster transferred by Godsent is:
- Martin “STYKO” Styk
- Jesse “zehN” Linjala
- Pavle “Maden” Bošković
- Asger “Farlig” Jensen
- Jonatan “Devilwalk” Lundberg.