The young rifler, who made his first appearance for TeamOne in the IEM Katowice Play-In, has struggled to find form since joining his Brazilian teammates in Europe, averaging a 0.85 rating as the team were eliminated in last place in most of their event appearances, including the IEM Katowice Play-In, ESL Pro League Season 13, and the FunSpark ULTI Europe Final.
skullz has been moved to TeamOne’s bench for personal reasons
Although the team did not announce a replacement for skullz, Cássio “cass1n” Santos remains a feasible option to fill the hole. Signed in January, the 19-year-old was benched last month following Valve’s decision to issue penalties to teams who substitute players in the Regional Major Ranking (RMR) circuit.
TeamOne are set to travel to Mexico to compete in the qualifiers for cs_summit 8, the first North American RMR event of the year. The first open qualifier is scheduled to play out from May 1-2, with Epitacio “TACO” de Melo‘s GODSENT also among the teams signed up to compete.
While TeamOne compete in the North American RMR event, skullz will return to Brazil, a move which the organisation hopes “will give him the necessary time and support so that these matters can be solved and he can return to our team as soon as possible.”
TeamOne‘s roster is:
João “righi” Righi (coach)