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Syman Gaming Announces CS:GO Roster Changes

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28-year-old Kazakh CS:GO player Rustem Telepov, known as “mou,” had been playing for OneThree.TSG since December. One month ago, he decided to left the team because of the danger of Coronavirus.

Two days ago, Syman Gaming announced that mou will be joining their roster right beside Swedish player Rasmus “kreaz” Johansson. Also, Ramazan “Ramz1kBO$$” Bashizov is benched.

Here is the announcement from Syman:

“Today we are pleased to announce two new players of Syman Gaming! 🇸🇪 Rasmus @kreazCS Johansson and 🇰🇿 Rustem @moucsgo Telepov join our squad as part of the CIS Minor Championship Rio 2020. Ramazan ‘Ramz1k’ Bashizov will stay inactive.”

Here is what mou said, according to translate:

“They invited me to play closed selections, time to return after a year 😤”

kreaz said:

“I’m really happy that I have been given the chance to play alongside my friends in @symangg and I really hope that we are able to qualify for the minor in Rio. Our communication will be in English as my russian is not good enough yet))”

You can check the tweets below.

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