Club Brugge have announced that they have entered Counter-Strike with the signing of the MAESTRO quintet, featuring the core of the Tenerife Titans team that won the ESL Proximus Championship Winter 2019, it was announced on Tuesday.
Steven “Stev0se” Rombaut, Robin “simix” Bynens and Richard “ritchiEE” Mestdagh, who also played together in teams like LowLandLions and Epsilon, are joined by Polish pair Mateusz “matty” Kołodziejczyk and Mateusz “n0tice” Wolniak in the squad. The former represented Izako Boars for almost two years between August 2017 and June 2019, while the latter most notably competed for Illuminar as a substitute in Betway Nine to Five 5 last year.
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Club Brugge add to an ever-growing list of football clubs involved in competitive Counter-Strike. Last week, Argentinian side Boca Juniors announced their own team, featuring former Furious duo Facundo “minimal” Pereyra and Eduardo “laser” Chshekin.
The complete Brugge roster is: