With a 10-13 overall record by their now former all Danish CS: GO lineup the Fnatic organization has decided to amicably part ways with not only their statistical leader, Dennis "Rytter" Christensen, but also the fellow newcomer in Magnus "JOKERN" Barthel.
Considered to be the 3rd best Danish CS: GO team, this is a far cry from Fnatic's previous achievements earned by their former world class Counter-Strike rosters. Not much success by the 5 Danes was seen in the past 60 some days especially by "Chief Gaming Officer" Patrik "cArn" Sättermon, who released a statement, since the experiment's conception in January 2013.
"I do believe we are going to [be] a top contender against NiP." - MODDII
Despite the Danes showing "moments of brilliance from the current constellation" at certain times it wasn't enough according to Fnatic's "CGO". Sättermon attributed the lack of victories to not having enough new blood despite the fact that Fnatic added plenty of new faces to ultimately form an all Danish lineup, a first for the organization who has mostly been known for acquiring Swedish talent. Even with that being said the Fnatic organization has decided to welcome back MODDII once again along with his Torqued teammate in stingeR to its latest CS: GO lineup.
Fnatic CS: GO Michael "Friis" Jørgensen Martin "trace" Heldt Andreas "Xyp9x" Hojsleth Lasse "stingeR" Midtstue Andreas "MODDII" Fridh
Now Teamless Dennis "Rytter" Christensen Magnus "JOKERN" Barthel