El1an is up for transfer; Entropiq will test SENSEi

The Czech esports organization Entropiq has announced changes to its main CS:GO roster, putting El1an on the transfer list. At the nearest qualifiers for ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022, the team will test SENSEi as a sniper. The official announcement appeared on the club's Twitter.

By mutual agreement, El1an has been added to the transfer list. We will play in the upcoming closed qualifier for ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022 with SENSEi as a replacement.

El1an has been Entropiq's sniper for a year and a half, exactly since the organization signed the EPG Family roster. Together with the team, the 23-year-old sniper became the champion of Funspark ULTI 2021: Europe Season 2, European Development Championship Season 4 and Pinnacle Fall Series #2, and also got into the TOP-3 at the end of Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Fall: CIS, V4 Future Sports Festival - Budapest 2021, ESEA Season 39: Premier Division - Europe and Funspark ULTI 2021.

Obviously, the pinnacle of El1an's career was last year's PGL Major Stockholm 2021, where his team stopped a step away from reaching the playoffs, unable to cope with the pressure after two starting wins at the Legends stage. However, this season, the 23-year-old player has noticeably dipped in the results, as well as Entropiq failed to qualify for both majors.

In turn, SENSEi is a highly controversial player in terms of its footprint in the community. Last year, the Ukrainian sniper got into a scandal with the Akuma roster, receiving allegations of foul play. However, the 23-year-old has plenty of local victories to his name, as well as great individual stats.

The next test of strength for Entropiq will be the closed qualifiers for ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022. Immediately after that, the team will go to the group stage of ESL Challenger League Season 42: Europe.

Updated Entropiq CS:GO roster: