ESN Esports has learned that the current Fragsters lineup, who are to leave the organisation at the turn of the year, are expected to round out their roster with Frederik “LOMME” Nielsen and Haakon “Radifaction” Tholo.
If Counter-Strike was a game of Monopoly, where teams owned the equivalent of a single property, Astralis would own the entire red, green and blue sets. In 2018, they have redefined the way teams approach the game, crushed their opposition and made history. Their current roster will go down in the record books, reverently talked about by esports fans for many years. This lineup has battled their way through tough periods to breakthrough as both the best team of our current time, and the best team to ever to play Counter-Strike.
With the LCS roster moves basically finished it’s time to look at the winners and losers of the off-season roster shuffle. Due to the restriction of not knowing how the teams will do I will refrain from ranking them as far as where they will be placing in the spring split until I see how the teams have played a few games.