Sdy falls sick and won’t be able to attend Monte’s initial RMR matches

Coach Monte, Sergey “⁠lmbt⁠” Bejanov, has announced that Victor “⁠sdy⁠” Orudzhev is currently seriously ill and as a result, will miss “at least the first day” of the PGL Major Copenhagen Europe RMR B. In his place, the team intends to use Monte Gen’s player, Jack “⁠Gizmy⁠” von Spreckelsen.

In his statement, lmbt clarified that the substitution with Gizmy may be temporary and depends on sdy’s condition. He emphasized that the Ukrainian player will return to form as soon as he feels better.

sdy has played a decisive role in some of Monte’s recent positions

Sdy played a decisive role in some recent results for Monte, primarily due to his stellar performance at ESL Challenger Jönköping, where his average rating of 1.36 helped his team secure first place, earning him the title of Most Valuable Player in his career. Victor Orudzhev has continued to showcase impressive gameplay, maintaining an average rating of 1.28 as Monte reached the semifinals at ESL Challenger Atlanta.

In addition to losing such an important and key player, sdy’s prolonged absence will also pose a significant communication challenge for Monte. Serving as the team’s secondary fragger alongside in-game leader Vladimir “⁠Woro2k⁠” Veletnyuk, the team will need to fill the gaps left by sdy’s absence.

Taking sdy’s place will be British player Gizmy, a 19-year-old member of Monte Gen’s second team, which is a recently established academy roster of the organization. This won’t be the young Briton’s first appearance in an RMR event, as Gizmy previously competed under the Viperio banner at the Paris Major Europe RMR A.

Viperio was eliminated with a score of 0–3

Being the team with the lowest rating, Viperio ultimately got eliminated with a score of 0-3, but they put up a good fight in fairly close matches against fnatic and Sprout.

The player has spent the past six months competing alongside Monte Gen and previously with The Prodigies. Jack has shown some potential in recent performances, with an impressive average rating of 1.31 in the recent 10th season of the United21 league, compared to an average rating of 1.04 over the past six months.

Monte plans to kick off their campaign in the second European RMR qualification against the Danish team ECSTATIC, who are on the rise after finishing second in the 13th season of the European Pro League.

Monte will start RMR B with the following lineup:

  1. Vladimir “⁠Woro2k⁠” Veletnyuk
  2. Sergey “⁠DemQQ⁠” Demchenko
  3. Szymon “⁠kRaSnaL⁠” Mrozek
  4. Alexander “⁠br0⁠” Bro
  5. Jack “⁠Gizmy⁠” von SpreckelsenUkraineUkrainePolandDenmarkUK
  6. Sergey “⁠lmbt⁠” Bezhanov (coach)

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