The Swedish esports organization NIP has officially introduced es3tag as its player. The 25-year-old Dane will replace LNZ, who will return to Young Ninjas.
The last place in es3tag's career was the Complexity team, which disbanded the roster two weeks ago, putting the players on the transfer list. In four months as a member of the team, the 25-year-old Dane made it to the playoffs of ESL Pro League Season 14, while failing to qualify for PGL Major Stockholm 2021.
Interestingly, es3tag will meet in NIP with device, which he once played with Astralis. The team reportedly will continue to communicate in their native language, as the 25-year-old Dane is fluent in Swedish.
I'm thrilled to be back at the absolute forefront of competitive CS: GO - playing with proven world-class people with whom I can create a legacy. With the support of an organization like NIP, I am confident that everything related to the team is prepared in such a way that we can reach the top of CS: GO. And yes, I speak Swedish.
As a reminder, LNZ has been competing for the NIP since June 2021. For five months as part of the team, the 19-year-old player won BLAST Premier: Fall Groups 2021 and Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Fall: Europe, and also reached the playoffs of PGL Major Stockholm 2021.
es3tag will debut for NIP at BLAST Premier Fall Finals 2021. The team will face Astralis in their debut match.
From now on, the composition of the NIP is as follows:
- THREAT (trainer).