x6tence have announced their return to CS:GO two months after parting ways with their Danish team, going back to their roots with a Spanish roster made up of five youngsters, all between 15 and 17 years of age, and the team’s captain, 27-year-old Aitor “SOKER” Fernández.
The new x6tence team is the continuation of the former Movistar Riders and Tempo Storm player’s personal project to create a youth squad, which started out with weeks of tryouts at the beginning of the year aimed at bringing up a new generation of Spanish youngsters while many older players, teams and tournament organizers in the Iberian country decided to set their sights on VALORANT.
There have been several changes since the team’s inception, from its initial phases up until its incorporation to the x6tence organization, including the loss of coach David “Kairi” de Miguel, who will spearhead his own project with a new Spanish organization set to be announced soon, as well as that of SOKER‘s former Movistar Riders and Wygers teammate Raúl “DeathZz” Jordán Nieto, who also departed the team before it joined x6tence.
“We created this project to take up-and-coming players, compete with them, and mold them into great players,” SOKER said in an interview with Spanish caster Pitu Herranz after the team’s presentation, “I want these players to become better than anyone else that is or will be on the market in Spain, that’s my idea, and I believe x6tence thinks the same way I do.
“This is a long-term project and we may not be the best team right now, but we’re going to work hard” the 27-year-old added, “my goal is to make these youngsters the best players and teammates they can possibly be to face all of the challenges that will come our way.”
x6tence is now comprised of:
Alfonso “ALF” Peralta (Coach)
Pablo “Khorne” Aranda (Coach)