Winstrike part ways with bondik, KrizzeN
The CIS team are down to three players and a coach.
Winstrike stated on their official website that the roster changes were made due to "various factors, both gaming and non-gaming." bondik joined the Russian organization in March 2019, while KrizzeN signed months later, in October. The duo were part of the team that won the Vie.gg Legend Series in September 2020 after beating Heretics in the final.
Following Winstrike's announcement, bondik said on Twitter that he's open to offers from the CIS, Europe, North America, and Asia. The Ukrainian player is most known for his long tenure with HellRaisers between 2016 and 2018 and for his five-month loan spell with TYLOO. KrizzeN, who said on Twitter that he's open to "any offers", spent two years with AVANGAR between 2017 and 2019 before signing with Winstrike.
According to Winstrike, the announcement of the new players will be made only after the end of the year. For now, they're down to three players and a coach:
Dmitry "hooch" Bogdanov (coach)