Epsilon have formally announced the addition of Andreas "schneider" Lindberg to their CS:GO division.
HLTV.org had already revealed first hand that Lindberg was on the brink of completing a move to Epsilon after leaving Absolute Legends earlier in the week as a result of internal differences with regards to the team's playing style.
Epsilon have now confirmed the move via their website, with Lindberg stepping into the shoes of Gustav "KAB0M" Runemalm, who has left the team due to personal issues.
In the Swedish team, Lindberg will reunite with former Western Wolves team-mate Robin "flusha" Rönnquist, who joined the team less than two weeks ago as a replacement for Jesper "cozman" Östlund.
"It is unfortunate to say that KAB0M has chosen to leave the team because he has too much school work right now," Tonoy "Lox" Prince told Epsilon's website.
"The replacement for KAB0M is schneider, We all know each other from 1.6, and flusha & jw have played in the same team as him.
"It is a big change and it is going to take a while to get used to it, but we will try to do our best to be ready for Copenhagen Games."
Epsilon are currently sixth in ESEA Open, with nine victories from 10 matches, and are due to face second-placed side London Lynx later on Sunday.
Following Lindberg's addition, Epsilon's roster is now:
Tonoy "Lox" Prince
Jesper "jw" Wecksell
Jerry "xelos" Råberg
Robin "flusha" Rönnquist
Andreas "schneider" Lindberg