MnM moves into the Swedish CS scene
Over the past weeks we have had many applications to represent MnM in the counter-strike scene after the departure of our previous EU line up. Amongst those applicants I felt that Jakob jake Bourhil’s team has a lot of potential. Coupled with previous experience and two undiscovered young talents Linus bååten Andersson and Sebastian jor Thuren. I’m confident the team will over time have the capabilities and ambitions to be serious contenders in the future.
The team captain Jakob “jake” Bourhil released this statement:
Today we can proudly announce that we will join up with MnM Gaming in order to reach our 2015 goals as a CS:GO team. We have been playing together for a couple of months now, and we have already made huge progress as a team, both when it comes to the social parts and when it gets to the in game parts. We have already showed ourselves what we’re capable of, and now it’s time to show the rest of the community what we are capable of. We will only aim to improve as a team and to reach our goals.
We are very glad that MnM Gaming believes in us and what we are trying to achieve in CS:GO, we really hope that this will be a long and strong partnership during this journey together with MnM Gaming.
The team is currently competing in the ESL Open Series and is looking to compete in the Dreamhack Summer BYOC competition.
The current line up is as follows:
Jakob jake Bourhil (Captain)
Oskar lajm Larsson
Linus bååten Bååt Andersson
Sebastian jor Thuren
Mathias mathe Åkesson
Tom DompaN Törnström Stråhle (Manager)
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