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Cbteam Reforms; Oslo Lions Down to Three

Catchgamer.no reports that two Norwegian teams have had roster changes.


Oslo Lions – better known for their time as ALCHEMIST, where they surprised many last year at ESWC Masters placing fourth – have had another roster change, proving they still have not found the click they had in Korea.

This comes off a poor placing in both the KODE5 qualifier and falling out of the ESL Intel Extreme Masters European Championship in group stage, where they fell out before it hit the second online group stage.

 Karl-William "call" Haraldsen, Tommy "tacky" Mosgaard and Preben "PRB" Gammelsæter, three member of the team, have left.

This leaves the team with their three original members, Gunnar "zEn" Eng Thomas "Vertigo" Andresen andThomas "DaY" Rudstrøm.

The three who left have quickly found a new team in Cbteam which they helped found last year before leaving it for the Lions.

This team is known for their play at the WCG Grand Finals: Cologne in 2008, where, with the help of CS legend Ola “element” Moum, they placed fourth.

Cbteam released a statement which they said that:

“We left the Lions because there were disagreements. We took the REAL and syrtekz because they are good and experienced players, and did not feel that it worked longer with the old line-up. We are going to eighteenth The Gathering 2010 first, and then we'll run hard for it!”

Oslo Lions Remaining Players:

 

Gunnar "Zen" Eng
Thomas "Vertigo" Andresen
Thomas “Day” Rudstrøm

Cbteam Roster:

Karl-William "call" Haraldsen
Sondre "REAL" Svanevik
Preben "PRB" Gammelsæter
Tommy "tacky" Mosgaard
Tommy "syrtekz" Skoglund

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