Endpoint announce academy program

The British organisation has teamed up with ROG to create a path to pro for the UK grassroots scene.

Endpoint have revealed their newest initiative, named Endpoint ROG Academy, which aims to provide up-and-coming UK players with the support needed to begin their journey to become a professional.

Alongside the academy, Endpoint will also be launching two hubs, one for scouting new talents and another for players across all skill groups to compete for prizes.

Academy players could feature for the main roster in the future

The academy will be spearheaded by head coach George "⁠Whitey⁠" White, who initially had the idea of setting up a path to pro model in the UK from his experience as a football coach with hopes of equipping young players with the skill sets needed to progress in the scene and beyond.

"I look forward to putting my heart and soul into this academy project and showcasing the journey every step of the way with content, stay tuned!," he said in a statement.

Endpoint will financially support the project by sending the team to numerous local LAN events as well as providing bootcamp facilities. Media content will also be released regularly by the organisation to showcase the development of the players through behind-the-scenes clips and inspire new players in the future.

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gl with that
2021-01-12 22:13
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Untapped UK talent about to take over
2021-01-12 22:30
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"Whitey" RACISTA
2021-01-12 22:34
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brazillians and fakeflagging name a more iconic duo
2021-01-13 02:30
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HenryG will steal their players soon and bring them to c9
2021-01-13 05:13
+1 (me)
2021-01-12 23:23
2021-01-12 22:14
5 replies
maybe field a solid main team then get an "academy" team. this will last 3 months max!
2021-01-12 22:57
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I am sure they can find academy team better than their main
2021-01-12 23:14
academy team is to farm free young players and hopefully sell them to other orgs or add them to the main team for free, it's still done for profit
2021-01-13 00:54
United Kingdom calzor
clearly don't watch much CS if you think they don't have a "solid" main team.
2021-01-13 09:23
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Netherlands Nathank138
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Turkey SplattXy
2021-01-12 22:14
pog gl
2021-01-12 22:14
GL, 2 major finalists for 1 team incoming
2021-01-12 22:15
Canada SparklMastr
2021-01-12 22:16
GenOne better
2021-01-12 22:16
Germany Nachofish
actually great news
2021-01-12 22:17
Not schewpid, more UK players bruv
2021-01-12 22:17
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ah yes, the racial stereotypes
2021-01-12 23:39
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Don't be such a wanker
2021-01-12 23:43
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so racial stereotyping is ok? in that case go raid some villages you viking
2021-01-14 13:39
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Travel restrictions, I have to be in quarantine 1 week in Britain, and then 1 week when I'm back in Norway. I'll rather stay here and drink my oil- martini and do some cross country skiing.
2021-01-14 13:44
Australia Cheesle2
Haha it's funny because every single British person sounds like that! Good one, björdţ!
2021-01-13 07:15
10 replies
Almost 40 different dialects in the UK but we all sound like south london. Kkkkkkkkkkk
2021-01-13 11:53
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2021-01-13 16:01
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We do understand eachother lol? I dont get this reply?
2021-01-13 16:06
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Do you understand this? youtu.be/26hOn4KYjyA?t=28
2021-01-13 16:31
6 replies
That's an american? I don't get your point I don't live with Americans... I'm sure some americans understand him.
2021-01-13 16:35
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2021-01-13 16:36
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Brazil and portugal is the same language... and they have trouble understanding? But either way... what's your point? We was talking about the UK and your example is an american.
2021-01-13 16:40
2 replies
So you understand scontland
2021-01-13 16:54
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People in Scotland aren't hard to understand. That American was as good at speaking as a child so it's easy to see why people don't understand him
2021-01-14 00:36
Australia Cheesle2
thats just bad english, ofc its hard to understand
2021-01-14 14:18
Russia Praeter
good for young UK talents, i doubt they have decent ones tho
2021-01-12 22:19
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2021-01-12 22:46
nah semipro UK scene is in a good shape, bunch of teams in Main/Advanced divisions. If they will group the best players together and give them solid training conditions (they surely will), I'm sure that this team can hit at least top 50 ranking soon enough
2021-01-12 23:51
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Bro. Main/Advanced is not even close to Top50. MDL is a conversation
2021-01-13 08:36
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I know, but we talking about potential here, right? Main/Advanced players are basically decent, if you give them a good coach and scrims against the best teams in the world they should be able to reach mdl level at least.
2021-01-13 23:07
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Yes maybe the best players out of the Advanced teams. There are always the players who reached their potential and wont improve mucj further
2021-01-14 09:40
Problem is being a professional at games is kinda shunned in this country. So I hope this kind of stuff normalises esports more than anything. I believe a country that has a positive outlook on games will have more talent come forth overall.
2021-01-13 11:54
brax | 
Korea brax^^
Make jba grate again
2021-01-12 22:20
UK CS😳😅🤔😯😏🙂
2021-01-12 22:23
VEXED >>>>
2021-01-12 22:33
god save the queen
2021-01-12 22:36
Much needed for UK CS LUL
2021-01-12 22:37
United Kingdom ulan
wish me luck guys
2021-01-12 22:45
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2021-01-12 22:52
nice take me and the boys from hltv Ez wins
2021-01-12 23:08
Tier 7
2021-01-12 23:08
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Russia HaasF1Team
top 30 = tier 7 indeed
2021-01-13 04:54
I’ll play on usa ping
2021-01-12 23:18
United Kingdom Jonty04l32
I wish future Endpoint players and endeavours the very best of luck!
2021-01-12 23:28
I don't know why such orgs do invest money in that. There first team fight for top 30 place. Really who invest so much money with only lost..
2021-01-12 23:41
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Endpoint didn't spend a dime, or at least not very much at all, it was all funded by ASUS
2021-01-19 13:45
Bulgaria goshyy
Its amazing that Endpoint are doing that to support the British CS:GO scene! Wish you guys all the best!
2021-01-13 00:32
cant join the hub, is it only for UK players?
2021-01-13 00:54
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United Kingdom CSECHO
yes, UK and Irish players only
2021-01-19 13:41
Hungary szia
UK and pro? lol. gl tho
2021-01-13 02:57
Endpoint itself is academy team. They thought they are like astralis lul
2021-01-13 03:38
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Russia HaasF1Team
They're the biggest team in the UK bro, I'm pretty sure that there's a lot of good UK players that haven't got a chance to prove themself yet.
2021-01-13 04:53
2021-01-13 05:01
their main team itself is academy team man XD this would be funny if academy team plays better than main team lmfao
2021-01-13 06:49
Romania own420
is thomas gonna be here?
2021-01-13 07:19
bruh focus on your main team first
2021-01-13 07:31
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Ireland Tobin
What makes you think we arent?
2021-01-13 10:50
2021-01-13 08:23
Well done endpoint! the UK scene needs more support and this looks like an overall positive initiative
2021-01-13 09:25
Europe LordSF95
Imagine having a tier 4 team and opening an academy 🤣🤣 lulmao. Git gut
2021-01-13 10:02
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Haha just what i thought :D Their first squad is not even good :D
2021-01-13 11:20
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shut up you dogs
2021-01-14 09:09
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Poland SebL
Good, maybe it will help UK CS to finally arrive.
2021-01-13 11:30
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2021-01-13 14:51
Doubt they have enough UK talent to make a relevant academy team when you can't even make a relevant full UK main team
2021-01-13 17:03
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