fm-eSports TOXiC have announced that they have added former mTw member Brandon "weber" Weber to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.
The British player had recently been seen playing for ex-ALTERNATE in the German qualifiers for EPS, helping the team to secure a spot in the league.
He has now opted to return to ToXiC, the team in which he burst onto the scene, filling in for Paul "msk" Kelly, who has allegedly lost his motivation to play on a professional level following the transition from CS:Source to CS:GO.
"Paul has not really taken to CS:GO game-play wise and sadly did not enjoy playing the game as much as he did with source," team captain Neil "nEiLZiNHo" Finlay told TOXiC's website.
"Hopefully Valve can dish out the updates and they will make it into a game that he will enjoy playing as we would all love to play with him in the future when he regains motivation.
"We are bringing back to fm Brandon "weber" Weber who has been searching for a team since he parted ways with mTw, there was huge interest from both sides when he was removed but the change to the lineup wasn't justifiable until now."
Besides the UK qualifiers for the ESWC, fm TOXiC also plan on attending the ProGamerSeries' CS:GO tournament in Oporto, from October 11-14.
With Weber's addition, TOXiC look as follows:
Neil "nEiLZiNHo" Finlay
George "Zed" Bear
Phil "Whindanski" Nicholas
Jamie "keita" Hal
Brandon "weber" Weber