Druidz E-sport have announced that they have signed O+ as their female CS:GO team.
The Sweden-based team were in action at ESWC in Paris back in November, failing to go beyond the group stage after winning just one match as they fell short to Reason Gaming and Imaginary Gaming.
With Copenhagen Games just a few weeks away, and with it the promise of a big female tournament with €7,000 in cash prizes, O+ have now added to the list of female teams who have found an organisation as they have been picked up by Druidz.
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The roster is slightly different from the one that was in Paris, though, as Anna "aNNa" Nordlander is replaced by compatriot Angel "Mouse" Malihiolzakerni, while Laura "Llo" van Assche made way for Sonia "Sonia" García, who played for Reason at ESWC and even joined Ubinited in December, but her time in the American side came to an abrupt end.
"I'm very happy to get the chance to play in a team like this, a team with potential," Malihiolzakerni told Druidz's website. "I am looking forward to Copenhagen Games since I know that our chances of winning it are very big, and winning this event would just be the beginning for this great team!
"I'm thankful for finally getting a chance like this, to play in a good team with kind girls who are also passionate about gaming and want to win more than anything, I couldn't ask for more!"
O+ finished second in the Sennheiser Female CSGO Online Cup, losing to n!faculty in the final of the tournament.
Druidz now have the following female team:
Angel "Mouse" Malihiolzakerni
Therese "lillsan" Petersson
Julia "julie" Kiran
Ivelina "HellRose" Danova
Sonia "Sonia" García