The 20-year-old has signed a "multi-year agreement" to extend his stay with the North American organisation, whom he joined in April 2017 along with the rest of the Bee's Money Crew line-up.
The Canadian AWPer is widely regarded as one of the hottest prospects in his region. This year, he has averaged a 1.19 rating on LAN, and he is currently the fourth highest rated player in the North American ESL Pro League division (1.23), in which Ghost have already guaranteed a spot in the qualification zone for the offline finals.
In the official announcement, Ghost CEO Matt Dillon stated his belief that WARDELL "has become one of the world's premier CS:GO athletes", and admitting to being "thrilled" that the player has re-committed his future to the organization.
Ghost, who will attend DreamHack Open Atlanta later this week, have the following roster:
James "JamezIRL" Macaulay (coach)