Team EndPoint reinstated into ESEA CSGO Premier

Team EndPoint, the UK organisation recently unfairly relegated from the ESEA CSGO Premier division, have been added back into the league.

EndPoint were relegated to the ESEA Main earlier this month after initially being told that the bottom two, four or six teams would be relegated. With EndPoint outside the drop zone, ESEA apparently decided to instead relegate the bottom eight teams at the last minute - including EndPoint.

On top of this, there were claims that other teams had broken rules around defaulting matches, but they had not been relegated or disqualified due to what some described as team favouritism from ESEA.

EndPoint players naturally reacted loudly to the news, as did others in the CSGO scene; Richard Lewis even did one of his analysis videos criticizing ESEA.

 

"We are extremely pleased to announce that we have recieved a formal re-invitation to the ESEA Premier Division, which we gladly accepted. We are eager to put the drama of last week behind us and are ready to perform!"

 

Now, however, EndPoint have been placed back into the Premier division.

They've replaced another team - Orgless Kings - who have been removed after two players were banned: Worsty and Mopoz.

Ben Smith, player for Orgless Kings, tweeted yesterday about the team being relegated, and how he's fighting for them to be reinstated into the Premier:

EndPoint said in a statement on their website: "We are extremely pleased to announce that we have recieved a formal re-invitation to the ESEA Premier Division, which we gladly accepted.

"We are eager to put the drama of last week behind us and are ready to perform! We are back!"

 

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