Sprout have officially announced the signing of former Hellraisers player Oskar to their CS:GO roster.
Oskar is one of the most talented CS:GO players not playing on a top tier team. The 28-year-old has played on teams such as Hellraisers and Mousesports in the past and stood his ground as a Tier 1 player. He will join former teammates Denis and Spiidi on his new team.
What is Sprout’s New CS:GO Roster?
BIG added two former Sprout players to their CS:GO roster in their most recent roster revamp. They added K1to and Syrson from Sprout to replace Smooya and Nex. Smooya has been in and out of the BIG roster, but he is now officially a free agent and open to offers from other teams. Nex has been a part of BIG since inception but wrist injuries forced the player out of the active lineup.
Amidst all the roster turmoil, BIG has faced difficulties in achieving the desired results. Their recent roster changes aim to bring BIG back on the International CS:GO stage. Gob b will take a more active role on the new roster as the Head of CS:GO.
Sprout have now announced the addition of Oskar to their CS:GO lineup. Oskar is one of the most talented individuals in the CS:GO scene and has received immense praise from various quarters. However, poor interpersonal skills and a controversial, unknown past mean that he has limited career growth options.
Sprout’s CS:GO roster is:
- Timo “Spiidi” Richter
- Josef “faveN” Baumann
- Denis “denis” Howell
- Tomáš “oskar” Šťastný
- Niclas “enkay J” Krumhorn (coach)
Oskar has experience playing alongside Spiidi and denis. His return to the core of this lineup bodes well for the future of Sprout Gaming who can look forward to building a world-class team with this roster.
Oskar was on the verge of quitting
Oskar has faced problems in his career and post the Berlin Major he was on the verge of quitting. In an interview with HLTV.org, the 28-year-old player admits that he was seriously contemplating hanging his boots. But he was determined to prove himself and with Sprout, he hopes to achieve greater success.
I was considering whether it was still worth it to keep playing, but I decided I wouldn’t give up that easily. I still like to play and I want to give it my all. Worst case scenario, I was thinking about putting together a Czech-Slovakian team, but I’ll have to put that off for now.
At 28 years old, Oskar is on the higher side of a professional esports player’s age. However, he believes that age is just a number and he can achieve new heights with his skill.
Age is just a number. If I play as much as I used to I definitely believe I can and maybe I could even get better than that with all the experience I gathered.