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CS:GO Roster Changes by NIP: draken Joins, dennis Takes Personal Break



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23 years old Swedish awper William Sundin known as “draken“, had been playing for NIP for almost one year between 2017-2018. After draken’s harmony with NIP roster didn’t match, he tried his chance on Fnatic. 4 month later, his inconsistency became issue for the team and draken decided to leave Fnatic. And final part of his carrier before standing in for NIP, draken joined Red Reserve on 26 October 2018 and leaved on 21 February 2019.

dennis on the other hand, he has been expriencing energy fatigue because of heavy and stressful schedule. 28 years old pistol god wanned to step down from pro scene for a while. He had been playing with NIP since 13 February 2018.

On 11 March 2019, NIP announced that draken will be stand-in for upcoming events.

According to NIP:

“Our player, Dennis “dennis” Edman, has been experiencing some energy fatigue due to heavy scheduling over the last period of time. In order to prevent this from escalating, we have mutually agreed for Dennis to take some time off to recover before returning to competitive play. The upcoming schedule for the Counter-Strike team is heavy, and we do not want to take any risks with regards to our players’ health.”

“As Dennis recovers, we will be welcoming a familiar face to the Ninjas in Pyjamas active roster for the upcoming events. We are pleased to announce that we have found a good replacement in William “draken” Sundin, who will be taking on the AWP-role for the Ninjas in Pyjamas.”

dennis tweeted:

“Hey guys, As of today draken will be my stand in while i try to get back to my old self. Been feeling burned out for quiet some time now. If you don’t feel good outside the game you wont perform in the game. See you soon!”

draken tweeted:

“Once a ninja, always a ninja? Its nice to be back, even if its temporary. I wish Dennis the best!”

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