The post-major CS:GO roster changes continue, this time with Ninjas in Pyjamas. After a respectable run to the quarter-finals at IEM Katowice 2019, NiP player dennis has decided to take a break from the team. In the meantime, Draken replaces dennis in the NiP CS:GO roster. Here’s more on the latest change.
Draken Replaces Dennis in NiP CS:GO Roster
Ninjas in Pyjamas made the announcement today that Draken will stand in for dennis in the Ninjas in Pyjamas active roster.
Dennis "@denniscsgod" Edman takes a break from competitive play due to fatigue. William "@drakenCSGO" Sundin temporarily steps in for upcoming tournaments.#GONINJAS #CSGO
— Ninjas in Pyjamas 🇸🇪 (@NiPGaming) March 11, 2019
However, dennis has not been kicked from the team. It seems the player has decided himself to take a break from competitive CS:GO due to fatigue.
Draken was previously part of Ninjas in Pyjamas as the team’s AWPer for part of 2018. Since then, he’s played with a few mix teams. He’ll now have the chance to prove himself as a top player once again.
The move will only be temporary. Whether dennis comes back soon or NiP signs a new player is yet to be seen. However, Draken will stand in for the team for the foreseeable future.
CS:GO Roster Changes for March 2019
Ninjas in Pyjamas isn’t the only team to make changes recently. With the IEM Katowice 2019 CS:GO Major now complete, many teams are now shuffling their rosters to make improvements.
Rumor has it that the new mousesports roster will consist of Karrigan, woxic, Frozen, ropz, and chrisJ. Meanwhile, sunNy will play with Cloud9 in North America.
There could also be some other big changes. While AdreN was brought to FaZe Clan for the major, it’s uncertain whether he will remain a part of the team or if FaZe will make further changes.
Meanwhile, ex-Fragsters player Stavn will stand in for Team Heroic. He’ll replace AcilioN in the predominantly Danish roster.
Heroic welcomes Martin ”Stavn” Lund on trial!
Martin will join our roster to Copenhagen Games, the first ESL Pro League event of the season in Leicester and for the coming months.
Read more: https://t.co/LJUwJGrUu8 pic.twitter.com/fuNjF8F9wQ
— Heroic (@heroicgg) March 11, 2019
There may be some other big changes in the next few weeks.