Now There Are Only 3 CS:GO Players, as Sprout Parts Ways With Raalz

One year after joining Sprout from Lyngby Vikings to play once more in an international lineup, Raalz has left the team. Sprout most prominently benefited from the Danish captain’s assistance in qualifying for S-tier competitions while he was a member of the squad, including IEM Cologne in July 2022, ESL Pro League season 15 in March 2022, and IEM Katowice in February 2022.

With raalz out of the lineup, Sprout now has Fritz “⁠slaxz-⁠” Dietrich, Laurențiu “⁠lauNX⁠” Țârlea, Victor “⁠Staehr⁠” Staehr, and the head coach Danny “⁠BERRY⁠” Krüger. The German organization parted ways with long-time member Timo “⁠Spiidi⁠” Richter yesterday, who played over four years under the Sprout banner.

The German organization stated raalz left for “new horizons,” which adds speculation to a report from July 24 that said raalz will be a part of Copenhagen Flames’ new lineup alongside former ECSTATIC captain Thomas “birdfromsky” Due-Frederiksen, former Heroic and MAD Lions support Johannes “b0RUP” Borup, Thomas “TMB” Bundsbæk, the and Fnatic Rising AWPer Iulian “regali” Harjău.

Copenhagen Flames has been on the lookout for a new roster ever since it sold the core of its old lineup following the playoff appearance at PGL Antwerp Major in May. Fredrik “roeJ” Jørgensen and Nico “nicoodoz” Tamjidi joined Fnatic, while Jakob “Jabbi” Nygaard was transferred to Heroic.

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