Former emuLate member Mickael "mSx" Cassisi has returned to action in a brand new team called XenoDragons.
Mickael "mSx" Cassisi was widely regarded as one of the finest talents the French Counter-Strike scene has produced, but he has yet to play CS:GO competitively after retiring from gaming in March 2012 to focus on his job.
The pinnacle of the 27-year-old's career is undoubtedly his title win with emuLate at WCG 2007, where the French team defied the odds and sensationally won the crown after beating NoA in the final.
After almost four years on the sidelines, mSx has now been tempted out of retirement by a brand new team called XenoDragons, in which he will reunite with former emuLate teammates Mathieu "MaT" Leber and Jeremy "ioRek" Vuillermet.
MaT will also need time to find his feet in the game as he has been out of action since 2013, when he had a brief spell with eXtensive, who would go on to join LDLC.com. ioRek was part of the Clan-Mystik team who won ESWC 2013 over VeryGames but he became inactive in the Fall of 2014 before joining Titan as an analyst.
Rounding out the roster are two other well-known figures from the French scene, Benjamin "drizzer" Charnet, who has played for teams like aAa, Clan-Mystik and Awsomniac, and Christopher "YiiKoN" Cavecchi, formerly of Dimension4 and Millenium.
XenoDragons have the following roster: