CS:GO Roster for CR4ZY sold to ‘North America organisation’

According to a HLTV report, Croatian esports organisation CR4ZY has agreed to sell their Global Offensive Roster: Counter-Strike for an undisclosed North American team. There has been no further information as to whether the organisation, formerly known as Valiance & Co, has a different CSGO scene roster.

Nevertheless, tweets in the CR4ZY account mentioned the 2020 “even crazier,” which could lead to a player upgrade.

Currently, Cr4ZY consists of Nestor “LETN1” Tanić, Otto “ottoNd” Sihvo, Luka “emi,” Vuković and Georgi “SHiPZ” Grigorov, respectively. Players are Nestor “LETN1” Tanič. In October, Neil “NeiL M” was joined by Murphy when the trainer moved to the active roster after emi. After performing at the StarLadder Major Berlin, the team became well known, missing progress in the Playoffs very little.

In the last year, CR4ZY has accomplished plenty. This was after Nemanja Isaković and Nemanja “huNter” Kovač acquired the results of the Berlin Major shortly after Berlin-based organisation G2 Esports.

The team has taken first place at the DreamHack Open Rotterdam with their current line-up, 3–4 at the DreamHack Open Atlanta and DreamHack Open Winter. After a North defeat, they finished 2nd at the DreamHack Open Sevilla in 2019.

The CR4ZY roster is number 19 in the world and will take place on 11 May at the upcoming ESL One Rio Major, where 24 teams are going to compete at the next Major Championship for a prize pool of $1 million and spots.

Astralis, mouse sports, Liquid Team, Evil Geniuses and 100 Thieves are other notable competitors.
In season 33 of the ESEA Premier Division in the European region, the group is also currently competing.