The CSGO scene seems to be attracting more and more organizations to compete on the scene. With 100 Thieves and Evil Geniuses recently joining the battle in CSGO, a leak, or rather public information, points in the direction of us soon seeing OG competing for glory with other top CSGO teams present on the scene.
Niels “rizc” Topp, a Danish CSGO commentator, tweeted his discovery of a registered Danish company named “OG CS:GO.” The registration was closed on Nov. 5 of this year and is a “daughter-company of the ‘main’ OG company,” as Niels points out.
For all the Reddit detectives out there, a company called "OG CS:GO" was registered in Denmark on the 5th of November 2019. The new company is a daugther-company of the "main" OG company (registered in 2018).
This is not a leak, but public information.https://t.co/FTiVmNe6qz
— Niels Topp (@rizcgg) November 12, 2019
The public record website explicitly lists the owners and directors of the newly established company as Johan “N0tail” Sundstein and Sébastien “Ceb” Debs. The back-to-back TI champions in Dota 2 seem to be looking at finding success at CSGO, given the scope, rising value, and popularity of the scene.
What about the roster?
With 100 Thieves, Evil Geniuses, and GODSENT all being able to find mighty strong rosters to compete with on the scene, surely there are still many professionals available to make a sturdy OG team in CSGO.
Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom, considered one of the most skilled riflers on the scene, is still pursuing a proper team to compete in. If the team goes fully international, he may be one of the five players to make the cut.
Valdemar “valde” Bjørn Vangså is still on the North roster but is currently inactive. Although accused of being a little inconsistent, the Danish rifler has a fair share of clutches and is definitely a reliable player if merged well into the team.
Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen has been not long ago replaced by Miikka “suNny” Kemppi on the ENCE roster. The move was an enormous surprise as Aleksib, the in-game leader, was considered to be the mastermind behind ENCE’s tactics, leading the team to having such success on the scene. Perhaps Aleksib will take his talents with him to the OG team.
The list can be continued indefinitely, as more and more young talents try to enter the scene. Rightfully so, there are still numerous experienced players in search of their next organization to compete in.
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