What worked this season, what didn't work? Can we shed any dead weight and can we poach some of the best? All questions that many CS:GO teams ask within themselves at the end of a season in order to improve their performance.
With the end of the CyberGamer Premier league here and Team Streamline taking the title (securing $2670 into their back pockets), the team shuffling has commenced.
- Karlo "USTILO" Pivac from Streamline joins Team Immunity
- Kyran "dizzy" Crombie joins Vox Eminor as a substitute
- Yaman "Yam" Ergenekon rumored to be leaving Team Immunity for Vox Eminor
Now that Australian CS:GO has some financial backing, international appearances and company support, it is starting to become counted as a much more legitimate addition to the local and global gaming scene - previously being completely overshadowed by League of Legends and Starcraft II thanks to their developer and Australian Cyber League support.
These changes see the following line-up's set for the two powerhouse teams - Immunity and Vox Eminor.
- Iain "SnypeR" Turner
- Ricky "Rickeh" Mulholland
- James "James" Quinn
- Chris "emagine" Rowlands
- Yaman "Yam" Ergenekon
- Karlo "USTILO" Pivac
- Luke "Havoc" Paton
- Chad "SPUNJ" Burchill
- Justin "jks" Savage
- Aaron "AZR" Ward
- Kyran "dizzy" Crombie (reserve)
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