Spartak kicked out two players
After a series of unsuccessful performances, the Spartak Esports team kicked out
Artem “Art” Shevchenko and Pavel “AERO” Surmach from CS: GO line-up.
In their place were chosen Andrew “Jerry” Mehryakov and Dmitry “propleh” Senigov, who performed a good session at the Cup of the Four Capitals in Kaliningrad. Players were taken on probation, which they passed successfully: the team went to the final stage of CIS Minor.
New players shared their impressions:
“I am very glad that I joined the team of such experienced guys. Literally a month ago I could not think that I would play side by side with such eminent players. Now my task is to raise my personal level. I think that if we continue training at the same pace as before the closed qualification for CIS Minor, then we will be able to take the top of the tournament itself. ”
– Shared his commentary Andrei “Jerry” Mehryakov.
“I am extremely pleased that I was invited to play for the” Spartak “KSK. For me, this is the biggest shot for me, because I always wanted to play at a professional level, now I have such an opportunity. I want to say that I like the team, the atmosphere in it, it feels that each of the guys is responsible for their business and tries to give their best. In this short period of preparation, we have already achieved good results, and I am sure that it will be even better. ”
– shared his comment Dmitry “propleh” Senigov.
Updated line-up of Spartak Esports:
Anatoly “liTTle” Yashin
Anton “kibaken” Kolesnikov
Dmitry “facecrack” Alekseev
Andrei «Jerry» Mehryakov
Dmitry “propleh” Senigov