The Australian eSports organization VERTEX has announced the completion of its CS:GO roster by signing a contract with malta. The 26-year-old Australian cybersportsman is called to replace ADDICT, who left the team at the end of last week.
We are here at VERTEX like a family... A very friendly family.
But we felt like we needed a little more, so say hello to malta, our newest addition to the CS:GO roster.
malta made its first appearance in 2016 by joining the Chiefs Esports Club. Two years later, the player moved to the Grayhound Gaming camp, where he became the winner of Asia Minor Championship - Berlin 2019. At the end of 2019, the 26-year-old Australian esportsman joined the Renegades roster, with whom he won many local championships, including DreamHack Open Summer 2020: Oceania, ESL Pro League Season 12: Oceania and DreamHack Open September 2021: Oceania.
However, at the end of last year, malta announced his departure from the club, thus ending his two-year stay in the camp of the Australian grand. In turn, ADDICT left VERTEX last week on February 22. The 21-year-old New Zealander has been with the club since August 2020.
VERTEX is currently gearing up for the launch of ESL ANZ Champs Season 14 and LPL Pro League 2022 Season 1 starting on February 28 and March 1 respectively.
From now on, the composition of VERTEX is as follows: