Partizan to enter CS:GO

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Published  12 Aug, 08:04
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Serbian esport organization Partizan Esports, a part of legendary multi-sport club Partizan from Belgrade, which includes famous soccer and basketball teams, has decided to join CS:GO.

Partizan Esports already has a League of Legends roster and now the organization signed the CS:GO team. Almost all of the new team members are from Balkanian states. Two Serbians, one Croatian, one Bulgarian and one Spaniard.

The in-game leader of the new lineup is Luka "emi" Vuković. The 28-year-old Serb has a wealth of experience. During his 10-year career, he played for FunPlus Phoenix, c0ntact Gaming, CR4ZY (formerly known as Valiance & Co), iNation and others.

The only Iberian in the new team is 22-year-old Pere "sausol" Solsona Saumell, known for playing for MAD Lions.

Further, the new team included Serb Luka "c0llins" Živanović (he’d come to Partizan from the disbanded 4glory Esports), Croatian Marin "ROGA" Rogić and Bulgarian Kalin "KalubeR" Erenditsov.