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CS:GO Player Valde Leaves The Team North



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Valdemar Bjørn Vangså, known as “valde” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who was playing for Team North since August 2018. On 2 December, he announced that he will no longer play for the team. Before the North, he was playing for Heroic.

valde said:

“Hey guys! As some of you might already know, the time has come for me to try something new and go down a different path in my career. I could feel within myself that it is the right decision and it’s always with mixed feelings leaving something behind, that has been a huge part of your life for more than two years now. I got to play 35 tournaments and lift 4 trophies during my time in North, and all of them played a role in creating some of the most memorable moments I have in my life.”

valde continued:

“I’ve been disappointed in myself not doing better over the last months in North but I’ve learned so much about who I want to be as a player and I look forward to 2020 as the year where I will take the next steps on my journey towards being a better and more complete player.”

valde added:

“People always write this in statements but I really want you guys to know that I mean it, when I say thank you to all of you who showed their support towards us, no matter how we did as a team or no matter how good or bad I did as an individual. I hope you will follow me on this new journey and keep writing messages, ask questions and so on. It really means a lot. I will most likely do my first ever AMA soon to answer some of you guys’ questions and to just be in touch.”

He lastly said:

“Last but not least, I want to thank all the people who has been a part of North and my life during my time there. It’s been unforgettable and I wish you guys the best moving forwards.”

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