Games4u sponsors former BMG and eSport Engine players

CS:GO Kevin “SeveN” Ouyang

Professional eSports organization Games4u have sponsored five CS:GO players from the former BMG and eSport Engine rosters.

The new team will include two players from the former Swedish Bad Monkey Gaming roster, as well as three other players from the former eSport Engine roster.

Hailing from all around Europe, the team will include Julia "juliano" Kiran from Sweden, Ksenia "vilga" Kluenkova from Russia, Nikolett "nylon" Keszeli from Hungary,  Terri "KiTTy-KaT" Mulvey from the United Kingdom, and Michaela "mimimicheater" Lintrup from Denmark. 

Julia "juliano" Kiran had the following to say about the new lineup:

After 1 month of searching for a perfect fit of players we've finally found what we were looking for," Kiran said in a statement. It's been difficult to find players that would match us and our goals but in the end it turned out to be very simple. After showing such great performances during go-female cup, in which we took first place, we felt like this was the team to go with. Since we entered like a single mix and managed to beat everyone in our way, we felt how strong we could be. Besides that the players shared same aspects and are hungry to make a statement in the CSGO scene. Today I'm also proud to say that we'll step under the Games4u flag, who also share the same vision and goals for a team to reach their absolutely best form, regardless of gender. Their way to approach and take care of a team is really rare, therefore we chosed them. I can honestly say that this new lineup will make huge accomplishments and become the best team in the world. My gut has never proved me wrong. Thank you for all the support from Games4u and our fans, and I promise that we will not disappoint you.

Games4u have the following roster:

Sweden Julia "juliano" Kiran
Russia Ksenia "vilga" Kluenkova 
Hungary Nikolett "nylon" Keszeli
United Kingdom Terri "KiTTy-KaT" Mulvey
Denmark Michaela "mimimicheater" Lintrup

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Kevin “SeveN” Ouyang
Former Senior Editor, GosuGamers CS:GO.