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THE END OF GAMBIT
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France happy_2_major_niko_0_major 
hello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_major
2018-09-13 11:00
#1
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Denmark VeryDanishGuy 
tl;dr?
2018-09-13 11:00
RIP GAMBIT
2018-09-13 11:03
#6
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Denmark VeryDanishGuy 
thank man
2018-09-13 11:04
thank
2018-09-13 11:13
#38
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Netherlands unluko_maluko 
no problem
2018-09-13 23:21
thx
2018-09-14 16:39
Stopped reading at r
2018-09-13 11:01
i think you make mistake Mr Ozzy_Osbourne
2018-09-13 11:20
#31
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Argentina trackssZZZ 
can you call me with the Mr. please .:D
2018-09-13 22:58
of course Mr trackssZZZ
2018-09-13 23:16
#41
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Argentina trackssZZZ 
ty Mr. happy2majorniko0major :D
2018-09-13 23:24
#3
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Ukraine Najara 
RIP Gambit 2017
2018-09-13 11:01
+1
2018-09-13 14:19
thank mr happy_2_major_niko_0_major
2018-09-13 11:03
anytime Mr Deviceismydad, hope you enjoyed, btw when you walk down the streets with device does he let you walk on the sides with the cars?
2018-09-13 18:22
Enjoyed yes. My dad lets me do anything i want, he is very good dad
2018-09-13 19:06
Saddest person on HLTV strikes again..you need more life. but yeah gambit are a bad team for a while
2018-09-13 11:22
thank anyway Mr TruthHurts
2018-09-13 18:52
#47
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Greece deST) 
TRUTHHURTS its the name of the studio im getting inked - my sleeve N1 there man
2018-09-14 00:07
I agree with you, you are so smart mr happy 2 major niko 0 major
2018-09-13 11:23
thank Mr zeolikk
2018-09-13 19:22
#22
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Slovenia XdReamsers 
+1
2018-09-13 19:23
#11
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Germany VeryBigGuy 
hello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_major
2018-09-13 11:23
thank
2018-09-13 20:59
#27
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Germany VeryBigGuy 
welcome
2018-09-13 21:00
A bondik hobbit change would shake up hr nicely
2018-09-13 11:37
agreed
2018-09-13 21:36
Does hobbit even know English?
2018-09-21 09:53
#13
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Russia Razor_88 
Im not expected from myself, but i read all the text Well written!
2018-09-13 11:40
glad to hear this Mr Razor_88
2018-09-13 22:53
#14
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Faroe Islands Ez4North 
Tldr
2018-09-13 11:42
not today Mr Ez4North, you might want to reconsider your name also
2018-09-14 00:00
#54
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Faroe Islands Ez4North 
why mr happy
2018-09-14 16:30
cos it is not ez for them really
2018-09-14 16:36
#56
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Faroe Islands Ez4North 
they are saving strats for real katowice major
2018-09-14 16:37
#15
blameF | 
Czech Republic MSQT 
Good read ty
2018-09-13 11:55
welcome Mr MSQT
2018-09-14 00:51
#16
chrisJ | 
Finland Motori 
You should apply for a job in hltv as an writer
2018-09-13 12:11
i am part of [HLTV Writers] but i do not think my honesty would be approved of by HLTV.org, truth hurts sometimes
2018-09-14 13:48
#23
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Ukraine niXoN|w1 
Not really surprised, I have never liked those guys. When they won the Major with Zeus, I was only happy for Zeus and none of the Kazakh jokes.
2018-09-13 19:24
#24
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Other Iockerboy 
nt hater
2018-09-13 19:26
#25
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Switzerland AlexTenebrae 
>2018 >gambot lul
2018-09-13 19:26
+1
2018-09-14 09:24
#30
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Sweden fearl3ss2 
xgod should retire and work on the analyst desk like spunj
2018-09-13 22:55
nah he doesnt speak a word of english
2018-09-14 14:43
he can be analyst in Starladder
2018-09-16 11:46
who watches that tier 88 ass though
2018-09-16 11:50
- second most popular stream at majors - always has about 1/3x viewers if compared to the main English Stream - analysts at SL do get paid a lot - Dosia hasn't really got that much options to choose from, so better stick to this one
2018-09-16 12:01
fight me CIS
2018-09-16 21:15
i already won, not seeing any reason so...
2018-09-16 21:27
Didn't read. I. Which version of X-Men he dies?
2018-09-13 23:00
X-GOD
2018-09-15 10:11
+1
2018-09-13 23:00
thank Mr mf1216
2018-09-15 11:18
-mir + seized at Least reached DH Semis
2018-09-13 23:06
True
2018-09-15 17:59
STOP IGNORING ME
2018-09-15 20:46
WHAT DO YOU WANT?!
2018-09-15 21:56
Thank You My Friend By The Way Machamp will be on hltv soon as my 2nd Guard ~maybe_pasha,NiKoTheGallade or my coach NAF-FLY.jR
2018-09-15 22:23
nice :)
2018-09-15 22:31
TACO is already here so Nice Btw you should be proud of 3 ex-TSM players as they were Happy's rivals
2018-09-15 22:58
Imo these 5 should stay together and maybe f3 would pick them up,maybe work on this roster (f3 still have waylander and wirldedit,correct me if I'm wrong).Blad3 is actually coaching ex gambit so he knows with f3 managers
2018-09-13 23:16
#48
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Russia Razor_88 
f3 have Waylander and Markeloff
2018-09-14 00:09
f3 have 2 players still
2018-09-16 11:37
Yes and they can combine with roster,actually hobbit is on transfer list so maybe ex gambit with can +markeloff or +Waylander
2018-09-19 23:10
b1ad3 is still on loan, so he is with f3 still
2018-09-19 19:48
-dosia + waylander
2018-09-13 23:18
sounds nice
2018-09-16 14:54
#39
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Sweden Zeepter 
this fking autism kiddo spends like 1hour writing this shit that 2 people read, just get an hobby
2018-09-13 23:22
takes me about 20 minutes usually, probably a lot more for someone like you who cant string a sentence together 0/8 loser
2018-09-18 19:34
#40
GuardiaN | 
New Zealand SixAB 
On BTN RL was saying that Virtus Pro wants to leave Polish Scene and make second tier 1 CIS team so they might be in conversation with Gambit players already.
2018-09-13 23:22
They will take Vega players, just like they did in Dota2, VP are in good relationships with Vega Squadron management, while Gambit management are rats
2018-09-16 11:48
only choice they have xd
2018-09-18 23:27
rip GAMBOT from Major winner to tier 9999999999999999 sad as fck
2018-09-14 00:01
gambit_1_major_s1mple_0_major
2018-09-18 23:32
ARGENTINA LUL
2018-09-18 23:32
friendly person? i arent think thatz and yes argentina cs omegafuckinglul
2018-09-18 23:37
One of many teams to have the same fate
2018-09-20 14:24
>tier 1 >gambit pick one
2018-09-14 00:03
+1
2018-09-19 14:10
hr, vega could benefit from gambit player signings
2018-09-14 00:04
I hope
2018-09-19 14:49
you should take over thorins job
2018-09-14 00:05
And be as hated as him?
2018-09-19 16:08
i mean not the racist way just the analytical way
2018-09-19 19:38
#52
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Romania Gigelus68 
I quit to read at "Hello" .
2018-09-14 13:49
shame :(
2018-09-19 18:15
#58
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Germany W0NDERCHiLD 
Just imagine s1mple electronic flamie Zeus Hobbit This could be the dream CIS team
2018-09-14 16:54
yea if you -flamie +adren, then it's defenitely the dream team
2018-09-18 23:37
+1
2018-09-20 08:25
#107
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Finland James Nelson 
- h0bbit + boombl4
2018-09-20 08:30
Do people even care about them?
2018-09-15 11:20
I guess
2018-09-20 20:22
How did you manage to put G2 into a post about gambit I will never. Good read.
2018-09-15 11:21
I have to remind everyone that’s they are stupid org
2018-09-21 08:29
haha at least you have that new lineup(with apex) now lmao
2018-09-21 10:44
#63
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Luxembourg P3rfect 
Stopped reading at " the " what's this post about?
2018-09-15 11:21
THE END OF GAMBIT
2018-09-21 09:37
seized anounced new team probably with marik and some other f3 guys so maybe they can put mir there for keshander who is still teamless
2018-09-15 23:07
Seized Lul
2018-09-21 16:19
#75
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Netherlands 072 
Stopped reading at hello
2018-09-16 11:52
#77
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New Zealand JK_77 
stopped reading at THE
2018-09-16 12:07
#78
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Kazakhstan hypraaxfnx 
NaVi should replace Edward with AdreN !!!!
2018-09-16 12:36
hmmm YESS
2018-09-18 19:35
hopefully
2018-09-18 23:32
#108
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Finland James Nelson 
I think they need boombl4
2018-09-20 08:31
tldr
2018-09-18 19:35
#85
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Turkey headshotk1ng 
Nice one mate, keep it up !!!
2018-09-18 19:35
Thank you legend
2018-09-21 21:16
#124
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Turkey headshotk1ng 
<3<3
2018-09-21 22:46
1 year from winning a major to this. what a fall. Well C9 fell way faster
2018-09-18 23:34
Yh but that was because they lose half their roster to evil fallen
2018-09-22 10:48
U get me everytime! You make a post with title that somehow makes me click it and then i see "hello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org" and when i check your nickname i am ready to leave because i know this is gonna be some long a$$ text and im a lazy guy :/
2018-09-18 23:42
Haha Mr Grubens
2018-09-22 23:33
r1p d0sia
2018-09-19 14:12
+1
2018-09-22 23:34
#100
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African Union Plastic_Fan 
Noone cares about this shit team
2018-09-19 19:40
#123
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Other Iockerboy 
-1
2018-09-21 21:19
Adren S1mple Hobbit electronic and zues would be the dream team for me, but i know that would never happen. maybe hobbit for edward and then adren rejoins hellraisers but thats kind of a stretch as well.
2018-09-19 19:48
#103
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Germany Pyrax_ 
Very nice interpretation of Gambit's situation, i enjoyed reading and i agree. Thank you for work Mr happy2majorniko0major
2018-09-19 20:25
TL;DR
2018-09-19 23:11
#110
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Iran kazpr^ 
hello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_majorhello lady and gentlemen of HLTV.org recent rumours are spreading like wildfire in Australian forest that Gambit Gaming, just scraping tier 1 CIS team may be disbanding after a string of bad performances, honestly Gambit are not the most stellar team CS has ever seen but they have left their mark on the CS scene in the form of a major win much to the world's surprise i think Gambit were recently eliminated from the FACEIT Major in the qualifier stage after going 1-3 against the likes of HellRaisers, BIG and TyLoo but they have been pretty abysmal since they won the major and Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere where he is still chilling. after that Gambit have achieved nothing except for some random tier 2 LAN that i cant even be bothered to look up. if this is the truth and the Gambit organisation wants to pull out of CS:GO, that will leave 5 players without a home, some will find it easily, some will be fucked lol. they will also want to ensure that they can actually sell the players before their contracts are up to make some cash on their way out the door and back to League of Legends. on a side note fuck scummy G2 losers did the same to Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt, he wanted to be loaned out to a team so that he can participate in the major but they denied him this and as a result he ruined his streak of every major attended. they want to sell him for a ridiculously high price but also wont let him play. Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov has been on Gambit since its birth where he has claimed the title of "X-GOD", reddit's favourite meme, the truth is about Dosia is that he is dated and is only still on Gambit because of that sweet sticker money which they wont be getting anymore anyway seeing as Gambit have bombed out in the qualifier. Dosia holds a few titles in his long career such as "X-GOD" 1x major winner, only Russian to ever win a major and most knives on LAN, the latter being my personal favourite. but i think it should finally be time for him to call it a day and hang up his mouse and keyboard, no tier 1 team will be looking for him, he is a mediocre player at best and he has also tried his hand at IGL'ing after Zeus' departure and you can all see how well it went for them *cough* 1-3 *cough*. Dosia's time has come. Nikolay "mir" Bityukov is the latest addition to the team since he was purchased from Vega Squadron a few months ago. where they played a different game, Vega is such a dark horse team because they are incredibly unpredictable, their relentless aggression and fast executed catch even the most experienced teams off guard, like when you smurf in silver and the shit they do is just so whack that you cant predict it and they always end up killing you. as a result of this, mir does not fit too well in Gambit, their styles are too different and mir has not been able to adapt to it, he has played poorly since joining. i dont know if there would be any team who be looking to take him back, returning to Vega is sadly out of the question as their new roster has already found success and has made it to the new legends stage of the major. it is very sad to see mir in this position as he was a fantastic player on Vega and would continue to be if put in the correct scenario, there are few teams like Vega that can accommodate for his high level however and i fear he may be screwed and left in a tier 2 team. Abay "Hobbit" Khasenov made the best decision of his life when he was loaned from Tengri to Gambit and was then officially bought out of his contract a few months in to the loan, from then on Hobbit began his very short road to glory. Hobbit is a fantastic player and was the MVP of Gambit in my opinion for a very long time, especially under Zeus' lead, he was voted the 11th best player on HLTV's top 20 in 2017 which for a rising star is an incredible achievement. i think Hobbit will definitely have a place in a high tier team, i would love to see him somewhere like HellRaisers or maybe even Na'Vi Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev has been around a long time, playing for some huge names in CSGO, even Virtus.Pro back in 2012. despite his age he has proved he can keep up with the best earning MVP of Krakow 2017 and 17th best player in 2017. AdreN also tried his hand at IGL after Zeus' departure. AdreN is a fantastic rifler and still has some more in him i think but who knows where finally Rustem "mou" Telepov who was the star of the show during the qualifier, mou put up a monstrous performance and has been a fantastic AWPer for a long time. mou isnt a standout player like Hobbit or AdreN but he is incredibly consistent in the game he plays, mou lends himself to a more passive AWPing style just like Gambit's style for a long time, hence why mir has struggled so much. mou is quite like Nicolai "device" Reedtz in his incredible passive AWPing style. i truly think that mou is so skilled he may even have a place on Na'Vi if fate comes his way best of luck to all those on Gambit, i hope they do great things innit -happy_2_major_niko_0_major
2018-09-20 14:26
Ban for spam
2018-09-21 09:42
#114
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Syria SyrianViking 
Tlrd?
2018-09-21 09:41
not today Mr SyrianViking
2018-09-23 00:37
#133
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Syria SyrianViking 
ERYDAY
2018-09-23 13:34
good read. thank you Mr. happy_2_major_niko_0_major
2018-09-21 09:48
anytime Mr HLTVisNotReal, glad you enjoyed
2018-09-23 00:37
I think hobbit has a place to find somewhere else. I'm afraid to say but don't see Adren, mou or dosia getting picked up by a tier 1 team. Mir might go back to some CIS tier 2 team like vega or something.
2018-09-21 09:55
Poor Mir :(
2018-09-23 07:59
Yes, he couldn't show up against tier 1 teams and now it is just too late
2018-09-23 12:35
#120
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United States Farrukh_M 
"... grabbed his major title and skeeted and yeeted back to Natus Vincere..." LMAO
2018-09-21 10:45
thank Mr Farrukh_M
2018-09-23 10:08
#134
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Malaysia byaIi 
expected
2018-09-23 13:36
Thank Mr byali
2018-09-23 14:34
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