Dynasty Gaming sign ex-Team Secret
The former female CS:GO roster of Team Secret has signed with the recently formed Dynasty Gaming.
According to a report by esportsinsider, former Director of Team Secret, Kemal Sadikoglu has branched away from his former organisation, endeavouring to start his own. Thus, Dynasty Gaming was born and the former CS:GO representatives of Team Secret have found a new home for themselves.
In his announcement to esportsinsider, Kemal Sadikoglu expressed:
This is a really exciting time for esports and the players who are joining us are keen to get into action under the new Dynasty Gaming banner. We already have some heavy hitting champions on our roster and are ready to create even more. I want to put on record my thanks to Puppey and Team Secret for the great wins we had together and wish them all the best for the future.”
The five performed under the Dynasty banner at the most recent ESU Master 2017, held at DreamHack Summer 2017, where the team reminded the world why they are widely considered the finest female CS:GO team in the world. A flawless group stage performance with a 2-0 win/loss record meant Dynasty topped their group, immediately proceeding to the semi-finals. The play-offs saw seemingly effortless victories from the girls, as they managed to 2:0 Riot Gaming, with neither de_Cobblestone or de_Train going to double digits for the opposition. Concluding the tournament for Dynasty was a match-up against the Russian roster ofLondon Conspiracy. The teams kicked off to a prolonged stalemate, which was ultimately secured by Dynasty, as a triple overtime on de_Train culminated with a 25:21 score. Dynasty proceeded to close out the series with a brief 16:5 victory on de_Cache, securing yet another Champions’ title under their belt, as well as $5,734 in prize money.
Images courtesy of Dynasty Gaming and King of Nordic