The CSGO INTZ roster, consisting of a fully Brazilian squad, has announced on Twitter that they are open to offers. The team has received permission from INTZ to seek out other organizations if they wish to do so in the upcoming year after their contracts expire.
Squad set to transfer
The announcement came from one of the players of the squad, the 27-year-old Gustavo “yel” Knittel. The Brazilian explained that the INTZ players are “allowed to receive/seek offers from other teams for 2020.”
I want to inform you guys thay we are still in contract with @intz, but we were allowed to receive/seek offers from other teams for 2020. If any of you guys are interested send me and email : firstname.lastname@example.org or dm me on Twitter!! RTs appreciated 🙂
— Gustavo Knittel (@gustavoyel) December 24, 2019
The coach of the team, Alessandro “Apoka” Marcucci, clarified for HLTV that it is the players, and not the team, that might wish to leave the organization, as their contracts are about to expire. This has given these players the freedom to explore the market and perhaps turn over a new leaf in the 2020 CSGO season.
The INTZ roster currently looks as follows:
- Ricardo “boltz” Prass
- Bruno “shz” Martinelli
- Gustavo “yel” Knittel
- Alexandre “xand” Zizi
- Marcelo “chelo” Cespedes
- Alessandro “Apoka” Marcucci (Coach)
The team’s biggest recent achievements are first place at IEM Katowice 2020 North America Open Qualifier alongside Riot Squad. This has guaranteed them entry into the closed qualifier of the elusive Katowice event. Even more recently, however, the team finished third at ESEA MDL Season 32 Global Challenge after failing to overcome forZe. The Russian squad went on to win the whole event after overcoming Riot Squad in the final. Unfortunately, the INTZ team does not have any trophies to present in their cabinet.
When it comes to individual achievements, boltz boasts the most impressive array of trophies. The 22-year-old Brazilian has one MVP award on his resume as well as a multitude of trophies, especially from his time at SK Gaming in 2017-18.
Apart from boltz, however, the other members of the INTZ team fail to present any major individual achievements. Even so, they have shown some promise. Perhaps with time, the team will rise in the rankings, as it currently sits at #33 on the global HLTV ranking. They broke into the top 30 this year but have oscillated under and around the 30th place in the 2019 CSGO season.
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