Team Endpoint have picked a peck of players Pickles and Payne for their CSGO team.
Charlie “Pickles” Pickles and Ryan “Ruleh“ Payne to be precise.
Pickles has replaced Owen “smooya” Butterfield, who was recently acquired by Epsilon Esports, and Ruleh has been brought in as a sub to replace backup player Ben “Esio” Doughty, who will be unavailable for parts of the summer season.
Pickles said: “Just want to say a big thank you to the players for considering me as their fifth.
“I also want to thank the management at Endpoint for giving me the opportunity to go full time in CS and focus on my dream, this is the biggest opportunity I have ever been given and I’m excited to see where it can lead.”
The Endpoint CSGO roster is as follows:
- Ian “Immi” Harding
- Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
- Jesper “Jesp” Johannson
- James “Kryptix” Affleck
- Charlie “Pickles” Pickles
- Ryan “Ruleh” Payne (backup)
They will be taking part in the Gfinity Elite Series this summer, where they will face Epsilon and six other teams.
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