Just two weeks after Denial Esports added Max “maxie” Lönnström to its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team, the organization has made another move.
Today, Denial announced via its Twitter account that Kristjan “fejtZ” Allsaar has joined the team. FejtZ is replacing Alexander “SKYTTEN” Carlsson.
— Denial Esports (@DenialEsports) January 17, 2017
FejtZ was seen on multiple teams during 2016, with most of them being Swedish. Publiclir.se, Method, and ArchAngels were some of the most well-known organizations that he played for. Though he played for multiple teams and never found solid footing, fejtZ still found success. He and his teams won the Ownit CS:GO Challenge tournament and Spektrum #8, and made it to the finals at ESPORTSM 2016.
FejtZ is clearly excited to join this Denial squad.
— fejtZ (@fejtZcsgo) January 16, 2017
Denial’s roster is preparing for future tournaments, and they likely be a rising team to look out for.
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