5POWER have announced the last four members of their international CS:GO team.
Cong "crazyguy" Anh Ngo and Kititkawin "PTC" Rattanasukol, formerly of SkyRed and 7642, respectively, are the last two Asian players signed by 5POWER, who announced on Thursday that they will operate independently from UYA after a five-month association with Tree9.
UYA duo Vladimir "VofkiN" Shmakov and Kristjan "FejtZ" Allsaar, who moved to China in May, will complete this six-man roster, with Batbayar "kabal" Bat-Enkh entering the starting line-up until crazyguy takes up residence at the team's gaming house, which is currently located in Dalian.
Next month, the team will relocate to Shanghai, with 5POWER also offering them the chance to bootcamp in Serbia, where they will be able to fine-tune their tactics by practising against European opposition.
"Because of the great cultural differences and the language barrier between China and the West, there is a great problem in having foreign players in Chinese teams," 5POWER told HLTV.org.
"This problem could not be solved, so we have set up this international team, with English as the main language.
"We have high expectations for this team and we will give them enough time, hoping that they will gel well together."
5POWER's line-up consists of:
Batbayar "kabal" Bat-Enkh (backup)