Endpoint add Nertz
The British organization have announced their roster ahead of their campaign at ESL Pro League Season 15 Conference.
Endpoint have completed the signing of Israeli rifler Guy "NertZ" Iluz, the organization has announced. The 22-year old has been without a permanent home since his departure from Finest in January and has been playing as a stand-in for NOM since August.
The move comes after the team's benching of Thomas "Thomas" Utting at the beginning of November following an unsuccessful campaign at ESEA Premier Season 38 which saw them relegated to ESEA Advanced. Endpoint currently sit 56th in the rankings, their lowest position in nearly two years.
During his time with NOM, NertZ recorded a 1.01 Rating 2.0 and a respectable 1.19 Impact Rating. The highlight of his time with the Israeli team came in August at the Israel Esports Championship 2021 Finals where they defeated HAPYJAMOT, a team featuring current OG and Endpoint graduate Shahar "flameZ" Shushan. With a 1.20 rating, NertZ was the team's highest-rated player during their victorious campaign at the event.
"We are really glad to be able to bring Nertz to the Endpoint roster. He has been on our radar for a while now and as history shows, we are not afraid of dipping into the raw pool of talent within the middle eastern region, especially not when they have shown a strong level grit and determination to progress through the FaceIt circuit. He has integrated really well so far and we are excited to see this next iteration of the team in action," explained Adam Jessop, CEO of Endpoint.
"I’m very excited to join an org like Endpoint. I came to help and to get more experienced in my game like I do every day by myself, but now with a huge organization like Endpoint behind me, I am looking forward to the future. Wish us good luck in achieving our new goals into 2022," added NertZ.
Endpoint are now:
Allan "Allan" Hender (coach)
Thomas "Thomas" Utting (benched)