Copenhagen Wolves have announced that they have completed the signings of Casper "cadiaN" Møller, Markus "kjaerbye" Kjærbye and Nichlas "Nille" Busk.
CPH Wolves had strongly been tipped to undergo roster changes after a poor run of results that saw the team crash out of ESL One Cologne and DreamHack Stockholm in the group stage.
Initial reports suggested that Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen and René "cajunb" Borg were the only ones heading for the exit door, but the team have now confirmed that Finn "karrigan" Andersen is also on his way out after deciding "to venture on with another team", according to a statement from the Danish side.
karrigan also leaves CPH Wolves
With karrigan recently acting as a stand-in for mousesports, this could very well mean that the Danish veteran will once again commit to the German organisation.
Besides recruiting Casper "cadiaN" Møller and Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye from eXes and Isak Gaming, respectively, CPH Wolves have also secured the services of Nichlas "Nille" Busk, who returns to activity after a three-month break following the disbandment of Reason Gaming.
"Nico left the team as he felt his potential skill wasn't where it should be right now and wants to focus on retaining his former skill in his own time before he returns back to playing for a professional CSGO team," said Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander.
"CajunB lost a lot of motivation after the last 2 Lans and has decided to take a break from the game to focus on other areas in his life before returning back to the game on a professional level.
"After the first two players decided to discontinue their careers with Copenhagen Wolves Finn "Karrigan" Andersan also raised the issue that he felt unhappy with the team, and has decided to venture on with another team; I'm sure he will make his own personal statement when he is ready with his new teammates.
"Obviously we haven't had hardly any time to think about the lineup change with the ESWC qualifer so close, but we needed to find +3 players that we felt would give us the best oppertunity as it stands for the upcoming ESWC qualification in Denmark.
"We hope as a team we can continue to improve and we appologies to the community as we never intended for the team to break up this early."
CPH Wolves will attend NPF #15 this weekend, where they will hope to secure a place at the ESWC Finals later this month.
With these changes, CPH Wolves now have: