It wasn’t that long ago that Rogue went through a roster change when Kevin ‘HS’ Tarn and Mathieu ‘Maniac’ Quiquerez left the team to continue their careers elsewhere. ‘Maniac’ joined LDCL while ‘HS’ went on to join Penta Sports. With the departure of those two players, Rogue CS:GO team had to find a replacement in a very short period.
After going over their options, Rogue decided to sign on Kamen ‘bubble’ Kostadinov and Viktor ‘v1c7oR’ Dyankov, two players coming from Bulgaria. With ‘v1c7oR’ and ‘bubble’ on their side, Rogue had decent results, and during the time spent with the team, they managed to win at the ESEA Season 23 Global Premier Challenge and finished in the fourth place in the Season 3 of the ECS Development League.
More Troubles for Rogue
The news about the change in roster came at a time when no one was expecting it. It seemed that Rogue CS:GO team has finally managed to find a stable and permanent line-up that they can use while playing at some of the upcoming tournaments. However, the departure of these two players will, without a doubt, ruin the conception that Rogue had while these two players were a part of the team. Their contribution to the overall team was very significant, and it will be very hard for Rogue to find two other players that will contribute to the team and the team’s results in a way that ‘v1c7oR’ and ‘bubble’ had.
When it comes to the ‘v1c7oR’ Dyankov and Kamen ‘bubble’ Kostadinov, they will be moving on to the next chapter of their professional careers. They have announced they will be returning to the Mortal Kombat team that they had already played with in the past. Through that effort, they will attempt to bring back some of the former members of that team.
Reasons for Leaving
When talking about the reasons why they left the organization such as Rogue, ‘v1c7oR’ and ‘bubble’ indicated that they joined the team in the first place to improve their skills. According to their own words, in the beginning, it was all well. The team was doing well, and the team morale and dynamics were at their high.
However, after some time things started to change and after a while, the team Rogue’s conception became something ‘v1c7oR’ and ‘bubble’ did not agree with. According to their statement, the direction in which the team was going way different from the direction in which they wanted their professional career to go, and because of that, they decided to leave Rogue and try to bring back the former squad of the Mortal Kombat team.
At this point, it is still unknown which players will be replacing ‘v1c7oR’ and ‘bubble’ in Rogue, but one thing is certain – they will not be in a rush to sign any new players because they need to seriously think what direction they want to take the team in. At this moment in time, there are only two players left in Rogue CS:GO team and those players are Casper ‘cadiaN’ Moller and Jesper ‘tenzki’ Plougmann.