After almost three years with the addition of the old M1X team, Secret returned to the professional CS: GO stage.
This is Secret’s big move, though it has added some quite inexperienced players. It seems that the organisation is banking on the potential of its crew with a younger roster— Flatron “juanflatroo” Halimi, Filip “tudsoN” Tudev, Rigon “rigoN” Gashi, Dionis “sinnopsyy” Budeci and Guy “anarkez” Trachtman, and Sam “SamE” Ellis, the former coach and manager of Chaos Esports Club.
“CS: GO is a title we have been exploring over the previous six months, which we are happy to announce to end this year and kick off 2020 a very promising new roster,” secret CEO John Yao said. “Although this team only spent a short period of time together, it demonstrated that they can become a major player on the scene, and we look forward to putting all the resources of our organisation.”
This team cleared the ECS Season Eight European Challenger Cup for the third place in a tied round and finished this month with the European Open Qualifier Qi Banja Luka. For a team of unproven players, these are quite good performances.
The new Secret roster for Qi Banja Luka, which ends on 30 Nov, is in among the closed European qualification.