Sources: GODSENT Seeking to Transfer Entire CS:GO lineup

GODSENT is looking to transfer its CS:GO roster, according to sources
GODSENT is looking to transfer its CS:GO roster, according to sources | Photo courtesy of GODSENT

GODSENT is in advanced discussions with another organization about the transfer of its CS:GO lineup, according to multiple sources close to the situation. It is expected a transfer will occur in the coming weeks.

GODSENT rejoined Counter-Strike last year after a year and a half without a professional CS:GO roster. Of the five players announced last September, four of them remain. Asger "farlig" Jensen stepped in for veteran AWPer Mikail "Maikelele" Bill about six months into the renewed project.

Following the addition of farlig, GODSENT has had a mixed bag of results with their best performance coming in the cs_summit 6 Online: Europe event, where they finished in fifth place ahead of Fnatic. They are ranked as a Challenger team in sixth place for the Europe Major Rankings, which qualifies them for the next Major tournament if they hold on to that spot. It is unknown when they next Major will take place, as the ESL One Rio Major has been postponed indefinitely by Valve and ESL.

The GODSENT lineup is not qualified for either ESL Pro League or Flashpoint Season 2. They were unable to make it to one of the top two spots in the Flashpoint Season 2 qualifier and are not an ESL Pro League partner team. Still, it is possible to play in either of those events if they are purchased by a Flashpoint Partner organization and/or qualify for Season 13 of ESL Pro League via the ESL Global Rankings.

Representatives from GODSENT could not be reached for comment.