ATK sign new roster, TenZ and Fadey to stand-in
ATK has come back to Counter-Strike with a return to their South African roots. The Cape Town-based organization has signed three South African players in addition to using a fourth, Rhys “Fadey” Armstrong, as a stand-in. The fifth player is Tyson “TenZ” Ngo who is also acting as a stand-in.
TenZ is still contracted to Cloud9 as a professional player and streamer although he’s not an active member of the team’s lineup. Fady was a member of the previous ATK lineup prior to the lineup making some changes and bringing in Ricky “floppy” Kemery, Josh “oSee” Ohm and Ian “motm” Hardy. That core then went on to join Cloud9.
TenZ and Fadey will be reuniting to some degree as TenZ had stood in for ATK during Fadey’s time there. In addition, given the size of the South African scene, Fady is also very familiar with the remaining members of the roster, having played with each of them either on a team or just in pugs.
The team is making its debut in the Asia Minor qualifiers which kick off on February 15th after a bootcamp in Dubai.
ATK CS:GO division:
-Rieghardt “flexeeee” Romatzki
-Gareth “MisteM” Ries
-Josh “bLazE” Saunders
-Rhys “Fadey” Armstrong (stand-in)
-Tyson “TenZ” Ngo (stand-in)
-Daniel “sprayxd” Kogan (coach)
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