General Manager: "I am not ruling out possible roster changes" GM Sergey Glamazda gave an interview to the club's YouTube channel, in which he spoke about the state of the CS:GO team and its prospects, considering the changes on the professional scene after the outbreak of military action in Ukraine. Among other things, he admitted that there might be some replacements in the roster that, due to the ban of the organization from all big tournaments, plays under the Outsiders tag.

Glamazda also noted that under the current circumstances, the greatest pressure is being exerted on the Latvian Mareks "YEKINDAR" Galinskis.

We have an international lineup with guys from Russia, Kazakhstan and Latvia. My personal feeling, which correlates with reality, is that a lot of pressure is coming on YEKINDAR. He is from Europe. Latvia has a completely different attitude to what happens if compare with those who live in Russia. Therefore, the biggest pressure is on him, but, again, he performs and shows his game. I am grateful to him that he does not give up even despite the pressure there is.

We will see how we do at the Major and what the next months will bring us. I am neither denying nor ruling out possible roster changes. This is a normal process for esports, but amid everything that is happening in the world and in our countries, this time, emotions and personal thoughts will affect these decisions.

The organization has been banned by all big tournament operators, including ESL, BLAST and PGL. The reason for such decision was the club's ties to the Russian government, the information about which is available to the event organizers.

Playing under the neutral Outsiders banner since March of this year, Dzhami "Jame" Ali’s squad took the 17-20th place at the ESL Pro League Season 15, and also qualified for PGL Major Antwerp 2022.