We here at Denial Esports are sad to announce the departure of Christian “Spitfire” Schiölde from our CS:GO roster. After considering several other options, we decided that it would be best for both parties if Denial and Spitfire went their separate ways.
“On behalf of Denial Esports and the team, we would like to thank Spitfire for the time and effort he put into being a part of our CS:GO team. We wish him nothing but the best moving forward,” our COO, Ray Arsenault said in a statement. “With the 5th spot on our CS:GO team being open due to Spitfire’s departure, we had to go back to the drawing board and figure out who would fit best with the core roster we currently have. Max “maxie” Lönnström came up a lot when discussing potential picks and after talking with him and hearing his goals for going into 2017, it was clear that he was the right person to fill our CS:GO team.”
Maxie has been active in CS:GO since 2014 and has had a long history of teams he has played for, mostly small ones. Recently Maxie was a part of the Swedish team GrabbarnaGrus and before that he was on CSGO2x, a team sponsored by the roulette website of the same name. Further back in his CS:GO history, Maxie was actually on Team Orbit with Alexander “SKYTTEN” Carlsson, one of the current members of our squad.
“I’m really excited to get the opportunity to fly across the Atlantic and play for Denial. It feels great to be a part of this team, and also to finally play with SKYTTEN once again,” Maxie stated.
We look forward to playing with Maxie and watching his experience grow with the rest of the Wolfpack.
Written by: @Penguirony01