CR4ZY replaced 2

CR4ZY CS:GO will compete with full Ukrainian roster for the foreseeable future. DemQQ and 7oX1C will step in instead of the Belorussians dERZKIY and dOBRIY.

Soon after we as an organization announced our return in CS:GO as well as entrance in some other esports COVID-19 pandemic took the world over by surprise. As everybody else, we had to adapt and so did our teams. That means that some of our teams didn’t get the chance to bootcamp more and get LAN experience as we would’ve liked.

Johnta: “This is a long run”

“This project is about a long-run. We understand that we need time to get a results we aim for when we formed this roster but the pace we had was not as fast as we felt it has to be. So we decided to make this change to see how it will work.”


The Ukrainian-Belarusian team has undergone changes only two months after its formation. At the end of March, CR4ZY took part in all three qualifications for the BLAST Premier CIS Cup, but could not go further than the quarterfinals.

The updated squad of CR4ZY will debut at the European qualifiers for DreamHack Masters Spring 2020, the open round of which will take place on April 16-17.


Sergey “Sergiz” Atamanchuk
Alexandr “Psycho” Zlobin
Dimitry “SENSEi” Shvorak
Sergiy ‘DemQQ’ Demchenko
Evgeniy ‘7oX1C’ Motsevoy
Ivan “Johnta” Shevtsov