Team Solomid are eyeballing the line-up headlined by Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom and Kevin “Ex6TenZ” Droolans, Dexerto’s Jarek “DeKay” Lewis reports. For TSM, this would be a return to CS:GO for the first time, since the org disbanded its last roster in January 2017.
ScreaM and Ex6TenZ created the Uruguay3 team this February, teaming up with William “draken” Sundin, Hampus “hampus” Poser and Kevin “HS” Tarn. Brimming with talent, it was a matter of time before the line-up is approached by an established organization.
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If TSM do pick up the Uruguay roster, they might have to make some changes. It was confirmed recently that Draken will join Ninjas in Pyjamas as stand-in while Dennis “dennis” Edman takes a personal break. According to Dexerto, it could be Brit Owen “smooya” Butterfield that replaces Draken. Smooya currently sits on the bench of BIG and was already reported to have been in talks with TSM.
Team Solomid’s CS:GO history began in 2015, when the org signed the former Team Dignitas players, including three players that would later win three Major titles with Astralis: Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen, Andreas “xyp9x” Højsleth and Nicolai “device” Reedtz. The Danish roster was TSM’s more successful foray in CS:GO, placing top 4 at ESL Cologne Major and top 8 at DH Cluj-Napoca and ESL Katowice Majors, all in 2015.
TSM lost that Danish line-up at the end of 2015 and switched to a NA roster, one that brought no real accolades to the org. In January 2017, TSM released the team and haven’t been involved in CS:GO since.
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