Belgian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive star Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom has found himself a new squad - lining up alongside a host of European talent.
The team, which will play under the Uruguay tag until they strike a deal with an organization, includes former players from OpTic Gaming, Ninjas in Pyjamas and G2.
ScreaM’s return to competitive CS:GO looked under threat when he revealed to fans that he had injured his hand while ice skating. However, his representative has since explained to Dexerto that the injury isn't as bad as first feared.
Now, he is set to return to action with an all-new international roster that holds experience of playing at CS:GO Majors.
The Belgian star will play alongside former NiP AWPer William ‘draken’ Sundin, former OpTic member Kevin ‘HS’ Tarn and Hampus ‘hampus’ Poser - who had been playing alongside draken for Red Reserve.
ScreaM’s former teammate and fellow Belgian player Kévin ‘Ex6TenZ’ Droolans will round out the roster after he was officially released by G2 following his benching in November.
The team are already competing in ESEA’s European Mountain Dew League - sitting seventh with a 5-3 record - by using the spot that was held by Red Reserve prior to the organization cutting ties with all members.
As a new roster, any chance the squad has of qualifying for bigger tournaments will come in the way of grueling tournament open brackets.
The full Uruguay roster looks like:
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