Evil Geniuses announces first ever 15 man CS:GO roster, the organization signed players of Party Astronauts and Carpe Diem rosters. The 15-players are now part of the project Blueprint.
Players from the other two organizations combined with the existing CS:GO roster of Evil Geniuses. The Blueprint is a development program to revive the North American scene which has been struggling for the past 2-3 years.
Evil Geniuses 15 player CS:GO roster Project Blueprint
The Evil Geniuses is a North American-based esports organization after looking at the success of League of Legends, the organization has now signed 15 players counter-strike: global offensive roster.
The core lineup of Evil Geniuses after failing to give good results and failing to qualify for a major, CEO Nicole LaPointe Jameson apologized to fans on Twitter. “We are not complacent with these results and are committed to making changes to improve!” she wrote.
The organization made this decision to compete in CS:GO at the local, regional, and international levels with multiple rosters under its wing.
The Director of Gaming Excellence for EG “Danny Engels” “Initially, the three roster groups will mostly stay together,” he continues “Our RMR (Regional Major Rankings) roster could basically fully focus on giving us the best possible performance going into the Majors.”
They might consider scuffling players from one team to another team, EG is bow able to attend three different CS:GO competing titles at the same time, they don’t have to care about other tournaments.
Furthermore, the Bluprint project is also applied by EG in their League of Legends roster also and after the success, they made the decision to try this method in the CS:GO scene. With a “data and analytics-driven approach,” it’s possible to help in team-building and event preparation which is the main focus of the project.
EG’s main or starting CS:GO roster consists of the following players,
- Vincent “Brehze” Cayonte
- Tsvetelin “CeRq” Dimitrov
- Jacky “Stewie2K” Yip
- Timothy “automatic” Ta
- William “RUSH” Wierzba
The main lineup will compete in the upcoming ESL Pro League Season which is going to take place from 31st August to 2nd October, and also in RMR America.