Epsilon e-Sports have announced on their official website that they have picked up WRTT as their new CS:GO division.
The Swedish team made headlines last month when Ninjas in Pyjamas and ESC Gaming both accused them of cheating during a qualifier for THOR Open.
Even though no evidence backing such claims as found, WRTT were still disqualified as the tournament admins stated they lost their trust in the team after Jesper "jw" Wecksell had in his computer what appeared to be the order confirmation of a cheating software.
Wecksell's side have now found the support for which they were looking as they have linked up with Epsilon, who had been without a CS:GO division since releasing the French team captained by Steeve "Ozstrik3r" Flavini, who are now representing Imaginary Gaming, in September.
"So the day has finally come, WRTT is no longer and Epsilon here we come, " captain Jesper "cozman" Östlund told Epsilon's website.
"It feels great to finally have found an organization that believes in us and in our potential as a team.
"We will do everything in our power to make them proud. I would like to thank Epsilon and Razer for this opportunity and a big thanks to Drew from Team Razer for making this possible with Slick.
"So see you all on LAN in 2013!"
Epsilon sit second in ESEA's European Open division after beating Western Wolves (16-1) and Hydra (16-0) in their first two matches.
The Swedish team's roster is the following:
Jesper "cozman" Östlund
Tonoy "Lox" Prince
Gustav "KAB0M" Runemalm
Jesper "jw" Wecksell
Jerry "xelos" Råberg