GODSENT bench draken, part ways with RuStY
The Swedish team are down to just two players.
GODSENT have announced two further changes to their roster, moving William "draken" Sundin to the bench while parting ways with Alfred "RuStY" Karlsson. The move comes just two weeks after the organization benched Joel "joel" Holmlund, leaving them with just two active players and coach/stand-in Maikil "Golden" Selim remaining on the roster.
The lineup had a lackluster run together since joining the organization in January, their most notable placements being a third-place finish in Thunderpick Bitcoin Series 2 and a top-four finish in BetBoom Playlist Urbanistic 2023, where the team beat BIG, Sprout, and HEET before falling to Cloud9.
They failed to qualify for any LAN events, however, most recently missing out on ESL Challenger Katowice and previously not making it through the open qualifiers for the BLAST.tv Paris Major Europe RMR.
"Due to a few circumstances I feel like this project never really had a chance to succeed," RuStY said after the move was announced. "With that said I'm looking for new opportunities, if you need a player or a stand-in, don't hesitate to contact me."
draken echoed the sentiment in his own Twitter post. "Different views/vision on this Counter-Strike project, but this is best for all parts [sic]. I wish the team and staff good luck! Contact me or [my agency] if interested, still want to play and prove myself."
GODSENT are left with:
Maikil "Golden" Selim (coach/stand-in)