Endpoint complete roster with HeavyGod
The British organization are bringing in the Israeli rifler to replace Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye.
Endpoint have acquired the signature of Nikita "HeavyGod" Martynenko to round out their roster, the organization has announced. The 20-year-old comes into the lineup to fill the spot left by Kjaerbye's departure due to personal reasons.
The newest singing continues the British organization's trend of tapping into the Israeli region to find promising young players that started with Shahar "flameZ" Shushan in 2020 and then Guy "NertZ" Iluz in 2021.
HeavyGod competed for Iron Branch since August, but has made a few stand-in appearances for Endpoint over the course of 2022 at Elisa Invitational Fall as well as CCT South Europe Series 1 and CCT Central Europe Series 2. The rifler averaged a 0.96 rating across the three online events with the European squad.
"I am very grateful to join Endpoint to prove myself at the highest level," commented HeavyGod after signing with the team. "Everyone has welcomed me and supported me since I joined the team... Now it’s time for me to show myself and make them proud!"
“We chose Nikita [Heavygod], and from the first practice he showed willingness and dedication on a totally different level," added Allan "Rejin" Petersen, Endpoint's coach. "Nikita has shown a really positive spirit and improved a lot in a short time, so we decided to give him the chance to prove himself with the squad."
Endpoint will field the following roster:
Allan "Rejin" Petersen (coach)