Elements Pro Gaming sign hooch

CS:GO Ali “Maxxie” Or

Elements Pro Gaming announced the addition of former Gambit player Dmitriy "hooch" Bogdanov.

Elements Pro Gaming ventured into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive when the organisation signed the Russian-Ukrainian roster of PiTER in November last year. The team achieved minor success since joining Elements Pro Gaming, reaching the semi-finals at GO: Champions League Season and Binary Dragons Cup #5, as well as finishing HellCase Cup #1 second. Last month, the roster changed to an all-Russian line-up with Kirill "Bombl4" Mikhailov replacing Vlaidslav "arch" Svistov.

According to the announcement, EPG are set to experience their second roster change. 30 year-old veteran player Dmitriy "hooch" Bogdanov will be replacing Dmitriy "facecrack" Alekseyev. Hooch's last regular spell with a team was with Gambit Gaming when he led the team to the quarter-finals of ESL One: Cologne 2016. After being released from Gambit, he attended the European Finals for WESG Global Finals with Russian mix .Russia and qualified for the main event but in China, the Russian mixture failed to advance past the group stage.

Elements Pro Gaming now field the following roster: 

Russia Saveliy "jmqa" Bragin
Russia Alexey "ub1que" Polivanov
Russia Nikita "waterfaLLZ" Matveyev
Russia Kirill "Bombl4" Mikhailov
Russia Dmitriy "hooch" Bogdanov

Images courtesy of Elements Pro Gaming Twitter


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Ali “Maxxie” Or
21 years old university student from Istanbul, Turkey. Playing Counter-Strike since its 1.3 version. Crazy about eSports, all kinds of sports and a Song of Ice and Fire.(Yeah, not Game of Thrones. Book reader alert!) But above else, history is my love. You can follow me on twitter @MaxxieCSGO


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