Former SK Gaming and fnatic member Rasmus "Gux" Ståhl is set to have his first experience of competitive CS:GO in a brand new international team, HLTV.org has learned.
The Swedish player competed at the highest level in 1.6 between 2007 and 2012, during which he twice represented fnatic and also played for SK Gaming, H2k Gaming and Lions.
He ended up retiring from gaming in 2012 to study engineering, putting an end to a trophy-laden career that saw him win one IEM season, three IEM Global Challenges and WEG e-Stars 2009.
Martin "PERCY" Wessel, who was on the lookout for a new team following the disbandment of ajukreizi, and Turkish duo Özgür "woxic" Eker and Muhammed "mini" Salman make up the rest of the squad, who will play in ESEA Premier with the spot that belonged to ex-DarkPassage.
The team will field the following roster in ESEA Premier: