SENSEi and j3kie become EC Kyiv players

The Ukrainian eSports organization EC Kyiv has announced changes in its CS:GO roster. As a result, uQlutzavr left the starting lineup, while SENSEi and j3kie joined the team.

We continue the series of important news. SENSEi and j3kie join us for the test period. They will replace Smash, who was already on the bench, and uQlutzavr, who will also become a substitute.

uQlutzavr has been part of EC Kyiv since May last year. During this time, the 23-year-old Ukrainian esportsman became the winner of the UPEA Ukrainian Championship 2021 and Esport Tour 2022: Series #2, as well as getting into the top three at IESF World Championship 2021, BACK TO BACK Tournament, Malta Vibes Knockout Series #6 and CCT Central Europe Series #1.

In turn, SENSEi and j3kie rose to prominence in the community in early 2021 when they got into a scandal as Akuma players. However, all talk died down as the Ukrainian players continued their careers in Run or Die and Iron Branch. During this time, they managed to win CEE Champions 2021, UESF Ukrainian Championship 2021 and UESF Ukrainian Super Cup 2021.

It is noteworthy that SENSEi recently went through a trial period as part of Entropiq, taking part in the closed qualifiers for the ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022. However, the sniper remained aloof from being invited to the team.

Currently, the Ukrainian team is playing as part of Elisa Invitational Fall 2022. According to the results of two rounds played, the team has one victory and one defeat to its credit.

Updated EC Kyiv CS:GO roster: