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Frag Dominant Picks Up Former EG.USA

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – Less than one month after they dropped Team Iniquity from their organization, Frag Dominant, LLC, one of North America’s leading eSports organizations, is pleased to announce the acquisition of former EG.usa, one of the world’s premier Counter-Strike 1.6 teams.

 

“We'd like to thank Frag Dominant for offering us the chance to be the best 1.6 team, said Nazar “steno” Vynnytsky, leader of the new Frag Dominant Counter Strike team. “We're glad we’ve finally found an organization we've been waiting for; a place that can support us the same way EG did in the start. It's hard to believe such a new organization can come this far so fast, but this proves that the future for Frag Dominant looks promising. We’re looking forward to representing Frag Dominant to the fullest, and working together to achieve some of our many goals for the future!”

 This announcement comes just eleven days after EG made their acquisition of the CompLexity squad, minus Ronald "Rambo" Kim.

Orlando Garcia, President and CEO of Frag Dominant, LLC, said “I’m delighted with how smooth negotiations went with Steno and the team; we couldn’t have asked for a better bunch of guys to have representing us in the ‘09 circuitCertain details can’t be discussed, but each player will receive a monthly salary and the new FD.CS will be competing internationally in the very near future.  Keep an eye out for us as we embark on a new journey and penetrate the global Counter-Strike scene by force.

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