NiP to sign draken - Report
Ninjas in Pyjamas are poised to sign William "draken" Sundin from Epsilon, according to a report from Flickshot.fr.
The 21-year-old will step into the shoes of Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi, who gets the axe 15 months after joining NiP - his first European team following his sojourn in North America.
During pyth's tenure with NiP, the team won two international titles, DreamHack Masters Malmö and IEM Oakland.
However, pressure had recently been mounting on the team, especially after they failed to qualify for the ELEAGUE Major - the first Valve-sponsored event that they have ever missed.
draken reportedly set to join NiP
William "draken" Sundin has been playing for Epsilon since March 2016, when Epsilon signed the Swedish roster known as Cringe Gods. Over these 12 months, the team have had some good runs, including a first-placed finish at the World Cyber Arena Finals and a third-placed finish at the European Minor.
This is the second time in NiP's history that the organisation will buy a Counter-Strike player out of a contract, having previously signed Aleksi "allu" Jalli from 3DMAX.
NiP's new roster will reportedly consist of: