Danish Counter-Strike team x6tence are trialing Jesper "tenzki" Plougmann Mikalski as a fifth member of their newly built roster, according to multiple sources close to the team. The Spanish organization recently added Daniel "mertz" Mertz and Marcus "maNkz" Kjeldsen from Copenhagen Flames, a move first reported by DBLTAP.
Tenzki is a textbook CS:GO veteran, playing on a number of lineups throughout his time in the game since it's initial release in 2012. He is most known for his time with SK Gaming, Dignitas, and most recently Nordavind. Despite still being listed on the Nordavind roster, multiple sources have indicated tenzki had been exploring other opportunities for the past couple of weeks.
x6tence recently made room on their roster by transferring both Ismail "refrezh" Ali and Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen to MAD Lions. While the move has not been officially announced as a transfer, multiple sources have explained that it has occurred and will be made official very soon. The possibility of the move by MAD Lions was first reported by DBLTAP last month.
x6tence are currently outside of a Major qualification spot in the Regional Major Rankings and were unable to quality for DreamHack Open Fall, which is the next ranking event. After losing to sAw in the Upper Bracket, they drew an unlucky match-up with Mousesports who dropped their opener to Endpoint. Making the two additional roster moves has not yet been reflected in their point total, meaning it will be a difficult climb to qualify for the next Major tournament.