droid returns to MDL after playing the last two seasons in Advanced with Lowkey and Faint
After surviving MDL Season 32 Relegation, Bushido Boyz have made a number of changes to their roster, replacing Daniel "picky" Milazzo and Nick "zeptic" Kaoud with former Faint players Damian "droid" Boulware and Sterling "sterling" Allard.
Playing the next season of MDL w/ @ssssterlingcs @Droidcsgo @shonkcs @JonahPcs (c) @Meech_TV / My team and I will also be looking for an organization to represent in season 33 of MDL! DM me on twitter for more info.— Trevor (@FrostayK1) December 23, 2019
These additions come as Bushido Boyz look to recover from a lackluster Season 32, which as previously mentioned saw the team nearly demoted to Advanced following a 6-11 regular season. Cole "Meech" Salm told Dust2.us that the team chose to bring on droid and sterling as they believe that these two players have great communication and a desire to improve, which will help boost the team's motivation.
Additionally, this move marks the return of droid to the Bushido Boyz core as the player originally helped the team qualify to MDL through Season 29 Relegation, before leaving the team back in February.
With these changes, Bushido Boyz are now:
- Jonah "JonahP" Pulice
- William "shonk" Kittrell
- Trevor "FrostayK" Bandle
- Damian "droid" Boulware
- Sterling "sterling" Allard
- Cole "Meech" Salm (Coach)
This move puts Faint in a tough spot as after being released by their organization on December 20th, their roster has continued to lose players, with sterling and droid being the most recent departures after Nolan "bite" Hunstad left the roster on December 13th.
Additionally, the team's coach Addison "zecK" Gorzeck confirmed to Dust2.us that he will be leaving the team to coach an undisclosed MDL team.
With the loss of three of their players, their coach, and their organization, ex-Faint have been reduced to:
- London "welly" Purdy
- Danny "cxzi" Strzelczyk
It is unknown at this time if the duo will stick together for Season 33 however if they do, they will both need to play three out of the first four matches in order to retain the spot.
After a great comeback to CS:GO since 2017, we have decided to part ways with @CxziDanny @Droidcsgo @weLLyCSGO @zecK_CSGO @nolanbite @ssssterlingcs we wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors! #CSGO #ThankYou #FaintGaming— Faint Gaming (@FaintNetwork) December 20, 2019