Jess Colwill, February 6, 2017

EnVyUs Swaps with G2, CS:GO Roster Picks Up RpK, xms, devoduvek

Team EnVyUs have announced that their 2017 CS:GO roster will include newcomers Alexandre "xms" Forté and David "devoduvek" Dobrosavljevic, along with ex-G2 player Cédric "RpK" Guipouy.

After a poor performance at the ELEAGUE Major 2017 in which EnVyUs were unable to make it out of the group stage, Nathan "NBK" Schmitt, Kenny "kennyS" Schrub and Dan "apEX" Madesclaire expressed their wishes to leave the team and head over to G2. That wish has now been granted.

“Our organization has agreed to basic transfer terms with G2 Esports so that these 3 players could have the ability to play with their desired new teammates,” explained EnVyUs in their press release“A tough, but necessary decision given the status and performance of the team in recent times.”

Vincent "Happy" Cervoni will continue to captain the EnVyUs squad, while Christophe "SIXER" Xia remains unchanged also.

“We welcome the challenge of assisting young players in Alexandre ‘xms’ Forté and David ‘devoduvek’ Dobrosavljevic so that they can have a springboard into top level competition,” says the team.

“The new EnVy CS:GO roster is a fresh one and one we hope fans will enjoy watching this project evolve.”

Jess Colwill

Jess is a writer and dog-lover from the eastern coast of Australia, who loves playing games (particularly anything by BioWare), listening to metal, baking, and fostering rescue dogs while they wait for new homes. You can find her on Twitter at @notsocryptic.