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kUcheR replaces spaze in Gambit

Gambit's CS:GO squad will be getting a teammate change after unsatisfactory results.


The British Gambit Gaming have announced that their CS:GO squad will be receiving a member swap.

Ivan “spaze” Obrezhan will be replaced by Emil “kUcheR” Akhundov. kUcheR will represent the organization until the next of the LAN Finals of Adrenaline Cyber League, when the team will decide their permanent fifth member.

Gambit states that the reason for the change is spaze’s “attitude towards the training process” and “an abundance of critical errors in official games” which has “forced [them] to take a risk and conduct a roster change shortly prior to the start of an upcoming LAN tournament.” 

Gambit has also stated that the reason for choosing kUcheR is the fact that he has experience with most of the current Gambit roster from their old Hellraisers days.

Along with this, they have also announced that Alexandr “beast” Yakovlev’s head coaching position will be temporarily assumed by their analyst, Rustam “TsaGa” Tsagolov. Alexandr was released in August due to “Gambit’s unsatisfying results in the first half of 2016.”

Gambit’s CS:GO roster is now as follows:

Rossia Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov
Kazakhstan Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev
Kazakhstan Rustem “mou” Telepov
Rossia Dmitry “hooch” Bogdanov – Captain
Ukraina Emil “kUcheR” Akhundov – Stand-in
Rossia Ivan “spaze” Obrezhan – Substitute
Rossia Rustam “TsaGa” Tsagolov – Analyst

kUcheR replaces spaze in Gambit

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