Tomáš "oskar" Šťastný has confirmed to HLTV.org that he has linked up with the former nEophyte CS:GO team, currently known as HLA`Vi.
The Czech player had been without a team after quitting myDGB.net at the end of December after his teammates complained about the amount of time he devoted to playing Dota 2.
Šťastný is now back in action with the former nEophyte squad, who lost the MCR 2012 trophy to the team now known as 3DMAX after a keenly-contested final.
The former 1.6 ace, who will replace Josef "pep1k" Božek, stressed that he is fully committed to this new challenge and stated his belief that HLA`Vi have the potential to beat 3DMAX.
"This seemed to me like the best option if I wanted to achieve something, and I believe that if we practice hard, we can be better than our rivals from Slovakia," Šťastnýtold HLTV.org.
"The reason I left 3DMAX was that it didn't feel right for me. We agreed on something in Prague at AMD Sapphire but the promise was broken, so I decided to leave them."
HLA`Vi are currently on the lookout for an organisation to represent, and interested parties can contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. The team's lineup is the following:
Michal "Bordel" Weiss
Matouš "pussyhead" Urban
Dominik "KLOCEK" Klotzmann
Lukáš "Luka5" Zeman
Tomáš "oskar" Šťastný