Gambit esports finally managed to bring out Abay Khassenov from Tengri for a record price of $100,000. This transfer fee is a record when it comes to the CIS region. Gambit Esports is an eSports organization hailing from the UK, mostly known for their success in the League of Legends niche.
The organization had acquired HS.GG team back in January of 2016. The HS.GG used to have its core team consisting of players from HellRaisers. The team consisted of Mikhail Dosia Stolyarov from Russia and Dauren AndreN Kystaubayev, a Khazak player, as well as RustemTelepov, aka mou.
The lineup also included Russian veteran player Dmitry Bogdanov aka hooch and Jan wayLander Rakhonen, a Finnish-Russian player. Later, Alexandr Yakovlev aka beAst joined the team as the coach. He was mainly responsible for taking the leadership role in the game as well as helping Gambit Esports to come up with team strategies.
Gambit Esports organization has much to offer and its teams have proven to be a great force, especially in some major competitions. The Gambit Esports teams did great in MLG Columbus 2016 since they managed to pass the group stage when they had defeated eXplosive and Rebels in a best-of-three in a 2-0 fashion.
The Highest Ever Buyout Price in CIS region
Abay Hobbitt Khassenov will be a great addition to the team, and the organization is more than happy to announce his transfer from Tengri. The buyout price for the player is the highest amount that has ever been paid for a transfer in the CIS region. This speaks a lot about Abay as a player, and due to his amazing accomplishments, it is not surprising that the buyout price went that high. The overall process was described as a great prompt resolution by the organization. There are some rumors that the resolution, in fact, has been in process for quite some time now.
Abay Hobbitt Khassenov as a Crucial Asset to the Team
This transfer was actually expected from Gambit Esports since they have recently brought some other major roster boosts including Danil Zeus Teslenko, Mykhailo kane Blagin, Rustem mou Telepov, Dauren AndreN Kystaubaev and Mikhail Dosia Stolyarov.
The organization keeps up a good work and it is greatly focused on making their teams stronger. The latest addition to the team, Abay has much to offer, so most likely we will see some great games soon. In fact, Abay has already proven to be one of the crucial assets to the team. The team has secured two DreamHack titles, Austin 2017 and Winter 2016.
With Abay’s help, the team has also secured the most recent Major event which will take place in Krakow. This one might have slipped through their hands, but thanks to the Kazakh player de_inferno, the team has secured its spot in the competition. The team’s overall performance throughout both the group stage and playoffs was great, so there is no surprise that they have their competition spot secured. Major Krakow event is the one you don’t want to miss and we are eagerly anticipating to see what Gambit Esports has to offer.