Team EndPoint have signed the UK CSGO roster known as Orgles5, who were very close to joining Vatic instead.
The team were set to join Vatic, as reported by UKCSGO a few days ago, but EndPoint managed to convince them otherwise at the last minute.
The roster is as follows:
- Ian “Immi” Harding
- Ben “Esio”‘ Doughty
- Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
- Tom “Jenko” Jenkinson
- Owen “smooya” Butterfield
EndPoint thanked their previous CSGO team and wished them well for the future.
EndPoint CEO Adam “Adz” Jessop said on the EndPoint website: “In order to try and help strengthen the image of the scene, we have been looking to encourage stability, and are pleased to have come to a contractual agreement with the team for a period of six months. We look forward to the times ahead and the future events that we embark on together, both online and offline.
“I also want to thank on record the organisation Vatic for their cooperation during our ongoing discussions. We were a little late putting an offer on the table, but the transition and relationship was more than amicable.”
“Team EndPoint showed the highest level of integrity and professionalism. They contacted us directly as soon as the situation arose, and it has been resolved more than amicably.”
Mark Cross, Vatic
Vatic co-founder Mark Cross added: “As expected, a team of their calibre had received several very competitive offers from other organisations, with one standing out in particular.
“We are sorry to see them go, but feel this is a brilliant opportunity for the guys individually, and a forward step for UK eSports as a whole. While our relationship was short, it was definitely sweet.
“I would personally like to thank the guys for the professional manner they have conducted themselves throughout our brief time together, and to Team EndPoint, who showed the highest level of integrity and professionalism. They contacted us directly as soon as the situation arose, and it has been resolved more than amicably.
“We wish the team and their new organisation all the best, and will be celebrating on the sidelines as we hope to see an impressive string of results roll in.”
Vatic are now on the hunt for another CSGO team.
Dom is an award-winning writer who graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
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