Queenix signed by CPH Flames
We believe the strengths of Jonas is his raw mechanical skill, impressive aim and while he is new to this level of play, he is very consistent and rarely costs his team rounds. We will work with Jonas on developing his understanding of the game, and his abilities to use his aim to secure rounds for our team.
While I can understand that some of our supporters are worried about René being sold to Heroic, and what that might mean for our level of play, we’ll ask you not to worry. We’ve shown before that even though we sell one of our integral players, we continue to progress and produce bigger results than ever before. We sold Fredrik “roeJ” Jørgensen to Tricked and continued forward qualifying to our first $100.000 LAN, and reached top 30 on HLTV for the first time. We sold our most experienced player in Asger “AcilioN” Larsen to Mad Lions and qualified for the minor and attended Flashpoint 1 afterwards.
Now we sell René to Heroic, but we do not expect that to slow us down after having had some time to practice. Magnus “Nodios” Olsen has continuously taken more and more responsibility and continues to take on a larger part of our successes. At the same time Ismail “Refrezh” Ali will assume a lot of the roles previously held by René, taking on the more central roles as a riffle player on both the T and CT sides. Jonas will then assume many of the roles previously held by Ismail, but we are making some changes to get the maximum out of composition of players moving forward.
The 20-year-old Queenix first made his first appearance on the CS:GO professional scene in mid-2017, joining the first season of the GAMERZ esports reality show. Late last year, the promising Danish joined Singularity, which was his first professional team.