Ancient to attend Copenhagen Games BYOC as GODSENT
The move will see the GODSENT brand that operated in 2016-2018 temporarily brought back, after the organization had ceased operations in June 2018 following a split with RFRSH.
The team around pronax will attend the Danish tournament as GODSENT.Vulkanbet following a deal with the betting company, with the squad set to revert back to the name Ancient after the event's conclusion.
Only the former fnatic duo remain now after the original lineup fell apart earlier this month, which saw the two players unite with Joakim "disco doplan" Gidetun, Nicolas "Plopski" Gonzalez Zamora, and Denis "grux" Gutaj for the BYOC qualifier.
"It feels great going to Copenhagen to compete under the GODSENT name again, even if its just a temporary thing, Changing 3 players is not what you want to do that soon, but we all just felt that something wasn't working out, That's CS sometimes, you just can't make it work inside the server, but I wish them all the best.
"Our expectations for Copenhagen Games is, as always, aiming for the win. But realistically, with only 2 weeks of practice we aren't ready on all maps yet, but we think this is a perfect tournament to go as a mix and just get a feeling for this lineup, and a spot in the final is definitely not out of our reach."
The following lineup will attend the Copenhagen Games BYOC qualifier, which will have four spots in the main event on offer on April 18, as GODSENT.Vulkanbet: