H2K to Add Three Superstars, HLTV.org Reports
SWEDEN – After losing three of their members, Swedish team H2K Gaming has reportedly added superstar players to the roster.
H2K Gaming, one of the top teams in Sweden, removed three of their members in the last week, with Jim "zneel" Andersson retiring from professional gaming and Emil "FYRR73" Karlsson and Samuel "Zyppe" Martinsson both looking at their former team Begrip as a possible new home after leaving H2K.
This leaves the team with only two starting members, Mattias "Snajdan" Andersen and Abdisamad "SpawN" Mohamed.
HLTV.org released an article today stating that they have a source who states that they may be adding three superstars of Counter Strike in former fNatic and SK-Gaming.
Players Kristoffer "Tentpole" Nordlund, former fNatic player Rasmus "GuX" Ståhl and finally the former MYM player Andreas "moddiii" Fridh may be joining the H2K roster.
Are Rasmus "GuX" Ståhl , Tentpole and moddiii joining H2K Gaming?
Nordland left SK-gaming after disputes involving prize money made gaming professionally “almost impossible for him”. Ståhl was released for unannounced reasons, but could be tied to his inability to play in the last two events for the 2009 year. Fridh was released from the MYM organizations due to attitude problems, before going back to Begrip, but has reportedly been looking into the H2K roster as his new home-of-choice.
This could make the H2K team a real force in Sweden with three experienced legends and two young proven talents in their lineup.
H2K Gaming, however, have not announced anything official, but stated that they will be announcing their three new players soon.
H2K Could Be:
Abdisamad "SpawN" Mohamed
Mattias "Snajdan" Andersen
Kristoffer "Tentpole" Nordlund
Andreas "moddiii" Fridh
Rasmus "GuX" Ståhl