The GODSENT organization is making its return to CS:GO competition for a short period of time.
Some familiar and new faces will be representing GODSENT at the upcoming Copenhagen Games event in Denmark. This follows a HLTV report that Swedish mixed team Ancient would be competing in the online qualifier.
GODSENT’s lineup currently consists of Markus “pronax” Wallsten, Andreas “znajder” Lindberg, Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun, Nicolas “Plopski” Gonzalez Zamora, and Denis “grux” Gutaj. GODSENT will only be around for Copenhagen Games, and the quintet will change back to the Team Ancient name following the event, according to HLTV.
“It feels great going to Copenhagen to compete under the GODSENT name again, even if it’s just a temporary thing,” pronax told HLTV in a statement. “Our expectations for Copenhagen Games is, as always, aiming for the win. But realistically, with only 2 weeks of practice we aren’t ready on all maps yet, but we think this is a perfect tournament to go as a mix and just get a feeling for this lineup, and a spot in the final is definitely not out of our reach.”
Since GODSENT ceased operations last June, pronax has been leading lower tier Swedish teams over the past few months. Recently, he reunited with former Fnatic teammate znajder on Team Ancient. The duo has been trying to climb their way back to the top of international competition for some time now because their player stock dropped drastically after their initial time with GODSENT in 2017 and 2018.
Teams already set to attend the 650,000 Danish Krones include Epsilon Esports, Sprout Esports, forZe, and Tricked Esports. Other well-known teams that will be competing for four qualifier spots online are Team Singularity and Movistar Riders.