Former EnVyUs players Vincent “Happy” Cervoni Schopenhauer and Cédric “RpK” Guipouy are trying out with Tempo Storm, according to multiple sources close to the players and team. 

It is expected the players would replace Christian “lowel” Garcia Antoran and Hendrik “cheti” Vallimägi on the active roster, should they come to an agreement.

EnVyUs ​released all of its ​Counter-Strike rosters last month following numerous poor performances. In a statement, EnVyUs expressed interest in signing a new team in the North American region, where the organization is based. 

The rest of the team outside of Happy and RpK have teamed up for a Major qualification effort under the name “LeftOut.”

Happy was a member of EnVyUs for more than three years, coming over when the organization purchased the former LDLC roster in early 2015. RpK, meanwhile, joined EnVyUs in February 2017 after a one year stint with G2 Esports.

Tempo Storm signed its current roster in May, which has struggled to progress in qualifiers for medium to large international events.

UPDATE (11:24 a.m. ET): When reached for comment, Tempo Storm manager Hampus Johansson said: "We in general strive to have the best possible roster fielded at all times. We have not finalized a roster change but we’re in the process of exploring all options.

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