ECL & ESEA Advanced Season 40 Post-Season Tracker

Stay up-to-date on all the moves that happened after the ESL Challenger League and ESEA Advanced Season 40 playoffs as teams prepare for Season 41 in their respective leagues.

Update: April 25

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Each post-season is an opportunity for these teams to bolster their roster to ensure their improvement and overall success for the season that follows. These are the major transactions happening by teams heading into Season 41:

April 8 daps announces the end of Orgless project

After a rocky return to competition, veteran in-game leader Damien "daps" Steele announced in a TwitLonger that the Orgless project would be disbanding and he would be taking another break from competitive Counter-Strike. In the post, he touched on the projects' shortcomings, structural issues inside the region, and his plans to do content.

Orgless was:

  • United States Brendan "Bwills" Williams

  • Canada Damien "daps" Steele

  • United States Kenneth "koosta" Suen

  • United States Marshall "minus" Sedowicz

April 7 Swisher dumps Orgless to trial with ATK

Michael "Swisher" Schmid has left Orgless to join ATK on trial for the up-and-coming ESEA Cash Cup, leaving Damian "daps" Steele's project with an uncertain future. The move would see Swisher replacing Erik "truth" Hansen Dyrnes, who has not been playing with the team since March 31st due to illness. In the meantime, ATK has been playing with Johnny "JDubs" Wu as a stand-in.

After this move ATK is attending the ESEA Cash Cup with:

  • Gareth "MisteM" Ries

  • Rhys "Fadey" Armstrong

  • United States Ian "motm" Hardy

  • Johnathan "b0denmaster" Bodenmalm

  • United States Michael "Swisher" Schmid

  • Daniel "sprayxd" Kogan (Coach)

For Orgless they are now:

  • Damian "daps" Steele

  • Marshall "Minus" Sedowicz

  • Brendan "Bwills" Williams

  • United States Kenneth "koosta" Suen

  • United States Dylan "SATURN" Finch (Substitute)

April 2 MIBR bring BIT to boost tactics

After going coach-less for two months, MIBR land a new tactical leader in the form of Brazilian veteran Bruno "BIT" Lima. After spending the prime of his nearly 20-year career with mibr as a player, BIT will look to elevate the prestigious brand to even higher heights a head coach. After winning Season 40 with an undefeated record, MIBR is looking forward to an opportunity to EPL Conference Season 16.

MIBR are now:

  • Brazil Marcelo "chelo" Cespedes

  • Brazil Raphael "exit" Lacerda

  • Brazil Adriano "WOOD7" Cerato

  • Brazil Matheus "Tuurtle" Anhaia

  • Brazil Jhonatan "JOTA" Willian

  • Brazil Bruno "BIT" Lima (Coach)

  • Brazil Renato "nak" Nakano (Strategic Coach)

BHOP looks for fifth after stanislaw's newfound confidence

After a season of silence on Twitter, Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz announced via TwitLonger that BHOP was separating from David "Delta9" Shafer and would be seeking a fresh fifth ahead of the new season. stanislaw also explained in the announcement that he was taking a break from in-game leading, but has since become confident to call for his team again.

BHOP's lineup is now:

  • Canada Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz

  • United States Jacob "SPERMY" Younan

  • Canada Brody "BeaKie" Kelly

  • United States Silas "Silas" Marrufo

Chinese organization ONET4P departs America

Chinese organization ONET4P have parted ways with their lineup following the departures of Tianyi "Fr3nk1e" He and Andrew "vein" Lindeman from the lineup. Additionally, following the duo's departure, Walker "walker" Harris was cut from the squad.

Dust2.us knows that the organization made the decision to stop supporting the lineup after Fr3nk1e was approached to join a new project. This is due to Fr3nk1e supposedly being the team's direct link to the Chinese organization. Additionally, with Fr3nk1e leaving, the team no longer has any connections to the Chinese expatriate CS:GO community, which is important to ONET4P as they provide servers and other services in China.

ex-ONET4P in Season 41 currently looks like:

  • United States Blake "Elk" Swinson

  • United States Kevin "consti" Yi

  • United States Marco "Pol0" Hernandez

Gaimin Gladiators bulk up after playoffs

Following the acquisition of Otto "garfield" Netteberg and coach Kory "SEMPHIS" Friesen, and subsequent denial of emergency transfer for the two, Gaimin Gladiators will be bringing the two in after the season. garfield will be taking the full-time position in place of stand-in Riley "Reality" Fusch to start Season 41. Veteran SEMPHIS will bring his experience to help give structure to the talented lineup.

Gaimin Gladiators in Season 41 will look like:

  • United States Carson "nosraC" O'Reilly

  • United States David "cynic" Polster

  • United States Otto "garfield" Netteberg

  • United States Dominick "JazzPimp" Dimpfel

  • United States Jeorge "jeorgesnorts" Endicott

  • Canada Kory "SEMPHIS" Friesen (Coach)

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