MOUZ with a new group rival in Belgrade. No longer Cloud9

BetBoom Dacha Belgrade 2024 is already under way. Nevertheless, almost at the last straight

BetBoom Dacha Belgrade 2024 is already under way. Nevertheless, almost at the last straight, there was a change in the list of participants, where one Russian squad was replaced by another team from Russia.

MOUZ will not be competing against Cloud9, but against BetBoom

Following this castling, a new club rival has been acquired by MOUZ. This one will no longer be Cloud9, who confirmed a few days ago that they would not be appearing in Belgrade. And it’s hard to be surprised, as C9 has only two players on its roster at the moment. This is a result of the recent reshuffle, which saw Denis ‘electroNic’ Sharipov move to and Ilya ‘Perfecto’ Zalutskiy and Abay ‘HObbit’ Khassenov sit on the substitutes’ bench. Admittedly, there are already rumours about possible new acquisitions of the American organisation, but this does not translate into reality. And under these circumstances, it is difficult to field anyone to compete on the ice.

Interestingly, however, in this case the organisers did not look too far for a replacement. The choice fell on the BetBoom Team, a team reporting to the main sponsor of the entire event. This team made it to the semi-finals at last year’s BetBoom Dacha Dubai, but has been experiencing mixed fortunes recently. Anyway, it is Vladislav ‘nafany’ Gorshkov and company who will therefore be the group rivals of Kamil ‘siuhego’ Szkaradek and his MOUZ.

Apart from them, Team Falcons and have also landed in Group A. Group B, on the other hand, will be co-maintained by Aurora Gaming, HEROIC, MIBR, and Team Spirit. For the latter team, this will be their first lan appearance since PGL Major Copenhagen 2024. By the way, those interested in esports betting Canada and BetBoom Dacha Belgrade 2024 may follow the link and check the schedule for this upcoming tournament. BetBoom Dacha Belgrade 2024 is set to ignite the Serbian CS2 scene with an electrifying offline tournament organized by FISSURE.

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Metizport with the first change in line-up

Metizport is slowly but steadily improving its position on the Counter-Strike scene. Recently, the team even recorded its debut at a major league, but it has nevertheless not shied away from castling.

The first, but not the last change?

For Metizport has announced that 19-year-old Tim ‘susp’ Ångström has landed on the reserve bench. – I did not expect such a move, but nevertheless I wish all my former team partners and Metizport itself the best of luck. In view of this, I am currently looking around for a new home. More information will follow in the coming days,’ admitted the player himself. He and his fellow countrymen recently took part in the Global Esports Tour Rio 2024 and also triumphed in the Esportal LuckyCasino Cup 2024, but that is the end of his achievements in the colours of his former employer. Interestingly, his twin brother, Adam ‘adamb’ Ångström, remains with the team.

As a result, Metizport now has to fill the resulting vacancy and it is unclear for now whose services they will use. However, Ukrainian insider Vladislav ‘harumi’ Radvilovich claims that it does not have to end there. According to his sources, the team leader Jack ‘Jackinho’ Mattson would also be out of the line-up. As far as successors are concerned, Nicolas ‘Plopski’ Gonzalez and Tim ‘nawwk’ Jonasson would be replacements. The former is formally affiliated with GODSENT, but recently supported Metizport as a substitute at the Rio de Janeiro event. The latter, on the other hand, has been on the Apeks reserve bench since the beginning of this month.

Metizport’s line-up looks as follows:

  • Jack ‘Jackinho’ Mattson
  • Adam ‘adamb’ Ångström
  • Linus ‘nilo’ Bermann
  • Erik ‘ztr’ Gustafsson
  • Ahmed ‘Abdi’ Abdi (coach)


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