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s1mple joins Falcons on loan

Following a lackluster showing in the most recent RMR qualifier for the Copenhagen Major, Team Falcons has made some major lineup adjustments for Counter-Strike. The decision is a blow to their hopes of winning in the very competitive CS2 environment, since they were unexpectedly eliminated by the formidable underdog AMKAL ESPORTS. The Falcons benched Mohammad “BOROS” Malhas and, in an unexpected move, brought Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev from Natus Vincere for a month. After taking a vacation from competition in October, the Ukrainian superstar returns to Counter-Strike. The Saudi organization changed their roster just a few days after their devastating elimination from PGL Major Copenhagen Europe RMR A. Continue reading this article for the best information on esports predictions!

Following the Falcons’ surprising loss against AMKAL ESPORTS in the RMR qualifier, the decision was made to make changes to the team. Considered the underdog, AMKAL prevented the Falcons’ hopes for a major triumph. The fallout from this upset forced the Falcons to reassess their plans and adjust in order to restore their competitive advantage. Oleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev has signed a 1-month loan with Team Falcons in order to help cover for the vacuum left by ‘BOROS’ and give the team more firepower. The seasoned professional’s comeback to competitive Counter-Strike surely gives the team new life and improves their prospects of winning the forthcoming Blast Showdown competition.

s1mple joins Falcons on loan
s1mple competing with former team NAVI

S1mple declared his break in advance, stating that it would be “interesting” to see offers when he got back and that he would think about converting to a rifler role because he didn’t think the AWP had as much of an influence in Counter-Strike 2. In order to enable the Falcons to have a complete roster for the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown, s1mple has only signed a 1-month loan from Natus Vincere, therefore his relocation to the team is just temporary for the time being.

On March 6, the Falcons will make their BLAST Premier Spring Showdown debut with s1mple. The squad hasn’t yet faced its rival. The Falcons, nevertheless, are aiming to secure a position in the Spring Final. Notable teams competing include Cloud9, Heroic, SAW, Cloud9, Team Spirit, Team Liquid, and Ninjas in Pyjamas. Despite this time in the Saudi organization, the player’s future remains uncertain. It is hoped that there won’t be a role conflict with the team’s AWPer, Alvaro “SunPayus” Garcia. On his journey to the Natus Vincere bench, though, the Ukrainian showed that he was willing to consider offers as a rifler following his break.

Danny “zonic” Sørensen had previously spoken of a lack of professionalism and time management early in the new roster’s tenure. The organization claimed “performance reasons” for the Jordanian rifler’s departure from the lineup. Given the team’s duty distribution, where the 19-year-old was not assigned to the majority of the standard star rifler duties that would have fit the team’s player makeup, Marco “Snappi” Pfeiffer and the rest of the squad have also questioned BOROS’s long-term trust. This implies that S1mple won’t be playing for Natus Vincere for the first time in 7.5 years. Sasha will, however, be a month-long loanee player for the team. After the player’s lease expires, the organization is still able to purchase him out.

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