It is with great pleasure that today we announce Team Satires entry into the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene. We have worked hard over the past few months to bring a very talented team onboard and are excited to start to help the team to progress through the semi-professional scene and, in-time, into the pro circuit. We are confident that these well-seasoned, experienced players have what it takes to get to the top.
This continues the trend of growth of our organisation and brand. We look forward to expanding more in the coming months and enjoy having like-minded individuals onboard that want to really achieve in the esports scene.
Here is some information about each player:
DEN14L, spoken diˈnīəl, has been a passionate Counter-Strike player for as long as he can remember. After 11 years offline DEN14L has returned to CS:GO. He is now an ambitioned IGL of the CS:GO Team Satire, ready to conquer the ladder again with his fantastic team mates.
He first came in contact with eports at the age of 13 when he played Warcraft 3. Shortly afterwards he joined his first WC3 clan where he got to learn his first FPS game, Call of Duty. Call of Duty 1 had just been released and some people his my clan had started to create a competitive squad. His esports career started with the release of Call of Duty 2 and he reached 2nd place in the Clan Base Nationscup.
He never used to be interested in esports and played more for fun. It’s only since he started playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, about 3 years ago, that he has seen the matter more competitively and decided to progress his career further.
Yannick Schatt from Switzerland, at 27 years old, has played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitively for 2 years and his main role is AWP. In his free time, he likes to go out and watch football games at his local stadium.
GameIT is 18 years old and has been playing FPS games since he was 13. He started at the age of 14 with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. In the last 4 years he has played different tactical shooters but none compared to his love for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
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