Belgian Counter-Strike players Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom and Kevin “Ex6TenZ” Droolans are considering the option of teaming up, according to multiple sources close to the players. Another rumored player that is considering joining the duo is David “devoduvek” Dobrosavljevic from Team LDLC.
Ex6TenZ is currently benched but under contract with G2 Esports, where played on the active roster from mid to late 2018. He is most known for his tactical and methodical approach to Counter-Strike both inside and outside the server as an in-game leader. Prior to G2 Esports, he played for Team LDLC but was never able to replicate the success he found as the leader of VeryGames and Titan in the early days of CS:GO.
ScreaM is currently a free agent whose last real contract was with Team Envy in early 2018. Despite expressing his interest to join a professional lineup on multiple occasions in the second half of 2018, he remained teamless. He did however spend some time as a stand-in for Fnatic at ESL One: New York last September.
Devoduvek has been a member of Team LDLC since May of 2018 when he joined alongside former Misfits teammate François “AmaNEk” Delauney. AmaNEk left the LDLC lineup late last week after he announced his contract had expired. It is unclear at this time if AmaNEk is another name linked to this prospective lineup.