Russia-based esports company EXTREMUM has actually re-entered the CS: GO scene with the acquisition of Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand and the core of the former 100 Burglars roster, the org revealed today. The players will be joined by coach Aleksandar “kassad” Trifunović, who formerly coached the 100T gamers and most recently left the Cloud9 Colossus project.

BnTeT joins after a year-long project with Gen.G Esports after going far for himself with TYLOO. Gen.G left to a hot start however after cooling down, the group lost a few of its essential players to VALORANT prior to the organization put the roster on the transfer list at the end of 2020. Now just Timothy “autimatic” Ta remains on Gen.G’s inactive lineup.

100 Thieves re-entered Counter-Strike in October 2019, signing the Renegades lineup from Australia after back-to-back Major playoff appearances. However the team had a hard time to discover success under their brand-new banner, failing to capture a first-place finish during their time at 100T.

In addition, both the gamers and the company grew discontented with playing CS in The United States and Canada. Now with EXTREMUM, the players have actually had their dream of moving to Europe fulfilled.

EXTREMUM will have a competitive structure similar to 100 Burglars. Aaron “AZR” Ward will take command as the in-game leader, Sean “Gratisfaction” Kaiwai will man the AWP, Jay “Liazz” Tregillgas will play a support rifler position, while Joakim “jkaem” Myrbostad and BnTeT will fill the main rifling functions.