Team Vitality Signs Spinx From ENCE to Complete CS:GO Roster
Ready for the second half of the season.
Team Vitality has announced its replacement for Kévin "misutaaa" Rabier with the signing of Lotan "Spinx" Giladi, completing its CS:GO roster for the second half of the 2022 competitive circuit.
All reports about Spinx leaving ENCE to join the international lineup of Vitality have come true. The Israeli rifler brings with him additional firepower to fill in the spot left by a departed misutaaa, who has already been picked up by the Saudi Arabian esports organization Team Falcons.
Talking about his new chapter in life, Spinx is excited to play alongside some of the Counter-Strike legends from France and Denmark, as Vitality expands beyond Europe to go truly international.
Team Vitality goes truly international with the signing of Spinx over from ENCE
The 21-year-old rifler from Israel, Spinx, is the latest recruit to join the ranks of Vitality. This talented lurker was one of the star players on ENCE, contributing to the Finnish organization's rise in the international scene following its runners-up finish at the ESL Pro League Season 15.
Spinx currently holds an overall HLTV rating of 1.15, along with an impact rating of 1.16, making him a potent acquisition for the French organization. Not only does he add to the team's overall firepower, but also brings with him a ton of knowledge and expertise associated with the craft of lurking.
Vitality is delighted to sign the talented rifler, welcoming him to the hive, all set to debut the new roster at the upcoming BLAST Premier: Fall Groups 2022 which is scheduled to take place from 19th to 28th August.
As for Spinx, while welcoming the next chapter of his life, he also thanked his former teammates, coach, and organization for helping him improve and become a better player.
"We had a lot of great tournaments together and a lot of good laughs that I will never forget," said Spinx, "The new bee is ready!"
ENCE also bid farewell to one of the strongest player on its roster, stating that Vitality bought him out of his contract for an undisclosed amount with the transition taking place smoothly between all the parties involved.
Further reports have linked Danish rifler, Valdemar "valde" Vangså, to a move over from OG's bench to ENCE, as a potential replacement for Spinx. If true, it would see the 27-year-old return to the competitive circuit once again after a break of more than three months.