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Team Vitality looks to make major roster changes


Nov 10, 2021
Team Vitality looks to make major roster changes

As we all know by now, CS:GO is pretty much one of the top shooters of our generation. Regardless of whether you love it or hate it, you have to agree over the fact that the game is pretty much at its peak despite being active for so long.


When it comes to its pro scene, we’ve seen plenty of great players come and go, although there is one team that has always appeared to be at the top of their game regardless of which tournament they played in and who they played against.

We’re talking about Team Vitality, one of the most highly regarded Esports teams in the world. They’ve been at the top of their game for a very long time now and even so many years later they’re still playing their hearts out.

But, according to a recent post, apparently, Team Vitality will be undergoing some massive changes in the near future as they couldn’t make it past the quarterfinals of the PGL Major Stockholm. They actually lost against Natus Vincere and because of it they claimed to be undergoing some pretty serious changes soon enough as far as their roster goes.

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The French media publication 1pv.fr even stated that the squad is said to look forward to replacing Richard “shox” Papillon, Jayson “Kyojin” Nguyen Van and of course, their Head Coach Remy “XTQZZZ” Quoniam.

Astralis have already made several changes as far as their general roster goes so, we can definitely see Team Vitality opting for the same changes to spruce up their gameplay and increase their chances of winning as of 2021-2022.

The Danish also followed through with their very own changes as they dropped Peter “dupreeh” Rasmussen, Emil “Magisk” Reif and of course, their Head Coach Danny “zonic” Sørensen.

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Because of all of these great players being dropped, there have been a lot of speculations running wild out there that claimed that these players will eventually be pulled in by Team Vitality for the sake of changing up their gameplays and seeing how the new synergy works around.

Despite the fact that they were dropped from their teams let’s be honest here, these are still all great players that we’re looking forward to seeing more of in the future so we would honestly love to see them play on the side of Team Vitality from now on.

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Team Vitality needs this change if they want to actually make it to the finals again and let’s be honest here, if they can’t do it then they definitely need to make some changes otherwise they’ll forever be stuck around the quarterfinals for the rest of their careers.

But alas, this is what the current roster is said to be. While this isn’t set in stone as of yet, this is what is most likely the new roster for Team Vitality:

  • Dan “apex” Madesclaire
  • Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut
  • Kevin “misutaaa” Rabier
  • Emil “Magisk” Reif
  • The Head Coach Danny “⁠zonic⁠” Sørensen

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