Team VeryGames has announced the switch from Counter-Strike: Source to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Having already touched CS:GO in Go4CS:GO and other online cups, the French CS:S giants now announce their full commitment to the new CS game.
The change will kick in after Masters Français du Jeu Vidéo, also known as the French Championship, which is due in two weeks time.
Like teams dominated a year out or so in CS 1.6, VeryGames has pretty much been on top of CS:S for the past four years. Of 49 events attended, the French team won 43 of them.
The CS:S kings move on to CS:GO - Photo: Facebook
The team now engages into CS:GO, with no changes in the lineup, meaning VeryGames will mount the following lineup:
Kévin "Ex6TenZ" Droolans
Kenny "kennyS" Schrub
Nathan "NBK" Schmitt
Cédric "RpK" Guipouy
Edouard "SmithZz" Dubourdeaux
VeryGames head in to lock horns with the 1.6 legends making the switch to CS:GO, testing them at ESWC and DreamHack Winter, which they plan to attending.
The team just last weekend won the CS:S tournament at i46 in Telford, UK, beating mTw's CS:S team to win the first place price of £3,750 or close to $5,950.
You can find all the latest about the team by heading on over to their website, if you read French, or visit their Facebook page for updates, photos and more.