Former 3D and coL star Ronald "Rambo" Kim has returned for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive along with the likes of Mohamad "mOE" Assad, Yazan "clowN" Amari and ex-Dynamic member Ryan "fREAKAZOiD" Abadir.
Kim had been inactive since summer 2010 when his team managed a 5-8th place at Arbalet Cup Dallas before falling short against compLexity at WCG USA due to an illegal defuse that turned the match around.
Both Assad and Amari represented San Fransisco Optx in the Championship Gaming Series, while Abadir most recently attended the North American ESWC qualifier with Team Dynamic roughly a month ago.
clowN and fREAKAZOiD are former teammates from SWOLEPATROL in ESEA S10
Rounding up the team is Neil "monte" Montgomery, who has most recently represented American Vision Valor Victory, who are currently 5-8 in the inagural ESEA Invite CS:GO season and therefore won't be making playoffs.
According to a statement Assad gave to ESEA News, after winning the first ESEA Open CS:GO season he went inactive due to his work schedule, but the hype of old players returning made him excited to attempt a comeback.
Assad also went onto state that he had four players in mind for the team, and all of them agreed to do it. The team's goal is to become the number one team in North America, and eventually the world, starting with next season of ESEA.
Yazan "clowN" Amari
Ryan "fREAKAZOiD" Abadir
Mohamad "mOE" Assad
Neil "monte" Montgomery
Ronald "Rambo" Kim
While the team is currently under no name or organization, they are actively looking for a sponsorship. If you're interested in partnering up with them, you can reach them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.