Unwanted CS:GO signed by CoD-organisation Team Orbit

av Tobias Lundgren

Only yesterday, Unwanted lost their fifth member when Mikail ”Maikelele” Bill was kicked out of the team.
But now the Swedish organisation can announce some news on the brighter side, as they sign a deal to represent Team Orbit.
– This will present ut with great opportunities to evolve what Unwanted was, there are really no limits, team coach Robert Jonasson says.

The eSports organisation was one of a couple of teams interested in signing the Unwanted lineup. They were ultimately chosen because of the gut feeling of Jonasson and his crew.
– They felt personal when they approached us and the contract is good and molded specifically for our needs as a team.

With the new name in place, what are your goals in the near future?

– To stick together and perform the best we can. We haven’t specified any goals for tournaments, but we want to evolve from here. We can go and play at any events whenever we want and can evolve in the pace that we feel is right.

”We’ll sign an equally good player”

After the last minute dismissal of Maikelele, the deal was threatened but ultimately the sides managed to work out the kinks. And now the hunt for the fifth member is on.
– Our goal is to sign a Scandinavian player and there are three or four out there that we’ve talked about. I’m not worried that we’ll sign a player equally good as Maikelele. But our focus is someone that can fit into the team and not just be the greatest at getting headshots.

Second CS:GO signing announced today

At Team Orbit, they’re equally thrilled about the news.
”We are very happy with this line up and expect great things to come from Orbit and our newly acquired CS:GO team”, the press release states.

The new CS:GO lineup is the second one announced today. This morning, Team Property signed a team with the goal to compete with Swedish power houses Ninjas in Pyjamas and Fnatic.

The Team Orbit players

Alexander ”SKYTTEN” Carlsson Jacob ”pyth” MourujärviAndreas ”Maxaki” Andersson Jonas ”pb” Pettersson



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