Wikipediots confirm Snappi as 5th
Danish team Wikipediots have announced Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer as their permanent fifth, filling the void left by Martin "trace" Heldt's departure to fnatic back in June.
Ever since fnatic signed Heldt, Wikipediots have played with various ringers, not sticking with a regular fifth. The team furthermore lost the partnership with eSrael, which sent them to Stockholm for the 3rd Intel Core Challenge by Inferno Online.
This past weekend former Anexis member Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer played with the team, securing a spot for the €10,000 1.6 tournament at DreamHack Bucharest through the HLTV.org qualifier.
Wikipediots have now informed HLTV.org that Pfeiffer has become a permanent member of Wikipediots.
Wikipediots add Snappi as fifth
Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth told us the following about the addition of Pfeiffer:
"Snappi will be the final player within the team, a player who fits in perfectly and has a lot of past experience. Now that our lineup is complete we hope that our new stable team will lead to sponsors contacting us."
Regarding the team's future Højsleth added:
"We have discussed the future for our team and we will most likely continue to play CS 1.6 until the end of November, as this is when we have our last event. If we get the right offer by any partner we will switch to CS:GO after the Final battle of the year. We are pretty flexible, contact us."
Wikipediots now consist of:
Timm "ArcadioN" Henriksen
Christian "turkizh" Bindslev
Morten "coloN" Johansen
Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth
Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer
Wikipediots stress that they want to make the trip to Bucharest and are looking for someone to help them make the trip possible. The team can be contacted via email@example.com.