Isurus announce Straka return
Isurus Gaming have announced that they have brought Nahuel "Straka" Vazquez back to their starting team.
The 21-year-old had stepped down from Isurus' roster at the start of the year and, since then, had played for No Tenemos Nada and Mystical, helping the latter to a runner-up finish at the Aorus League Season 1 Latin America South Finals.
Nahuel "Straka" Vazquez, who was part of the Argentina team that placed second at The World Championships 2016, will step into Julián "Zote" Acosta's shoes, a move that comes shortly after Isurus' early exit at the WESG 2017 Finals, where the 27-year-old averaged a 0.88 rating.
The Argentinian side will face C4 later this week in the closed qualifier for the ESL La League, which will have over $15,000 and a spot at the next Pro League Finals up for grabs.
#VolvióStraka #CSGO Sabemos que lo extrañaban, y ahora volvió a casa. En lugar de Zote, Straka ingresa en el primer equipo de CSGO. Ya está en la gaming house de Brasil con el resto de los chicos. ¡Bienvenido de vuelta, crack! #GoSharks🦈 #HyperX 🎧#AMD #OMEN💻 #DominaElJuego pic.twitter.com/i2HvSwThug— Isurus Gaming (@teamisurus) March 27, 2018