1 May 2016 - 00:46
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Nuovo Gaming Signs 3 Pro Teams in 3 Days

The recently formed esports organisation, Nuovo Gaming, is announcing yet another roster! This time, it is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. It is their third professional team takeover in just three days of existence.
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The recently formed esports organisation, Nuovo Gaming, is announcing yet another roster!

This time, it is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. It is their third professional team takeover in just three days of existence. Their COO Jordan O'Hara stated that the management's proactivity and investments are making it possible to grow so quickly. The previously signed teams (or players rather) are in StarCraft II and Hearthstone. Their SC2 player is competing at DreamHack Austin next week to debut the organisation on LAN.

"Nuovo Gaming has two primary goals: To help expand the Oceanic esports scene and to provide competitive gamers a viable career opportunity. We hope that this third acquisition since our launch helps demonstrate our dedication to these principals and we look forward to the future with you all", explained O'Hara.

Their CS:GO roster is coming from Infernum Gaming and is currently competing in the Oceanic esports League, where they are ranked eighth. The team is premiering live as Nuovo Gaming today in the ESL ANZ Qualifier.

Lineup:

Bobby ‘Zedske’ Johnson

Alec ‘Noisia’ Gulabovski

Georgio ‘Sk’ Poumpoulidis

Raymond ‘Dezibel’ Odisho

Xavier ‘Xav’ Kliendienst

Daniel ‘Lax’ Rushton

For more on Nuovo Gaming and their previous signings, check out our original article on them. You can also follow them on social media:

Nuovo Gaming:

Website: www.nuovogaming.com

Twitter: www.twitter.com/NuovoGaming

Facebook: www.facebook.com/NuovoGaming

Instagram: www.instagram.com/NuovoGaming

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