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NRG sign autimatic for Counter-Strike roster

He joins daps on the North American roster

After a few recent changes, NRG has announced yet another addition to its Counter-Strike roster. Autimatic joins the team to complete their playing five ahead of the ESL Challenger League. 

NRG started a roster overhaul after the team’s failure to qualify for the PGL Copenhagen Major. The Copenhagen Major is the first-ever Major in Counter-Strike 2 and it would have made a telling storyline for any organization. While the failure to qualify for the Major was a trigger, teh team’s overall performance has been lackluster. 

Time to get back to work. Had a great break but missed competing a lot. Super happy to be able to continue competing with some of my old teammates as well as one new one. Thank you

@NRGgg for the opportunity!

NRG signs autimatic

Autimatic is a well-known name in the North American Counter-Strike scene. Having played for organizations such as TSM, Cloud9, NRG and more, autimatic provides the flexibility that NRG require right now. 

He has had several successes over his career, but the highlight was the Eleague 2018 Major victory. He played a crucial role in that roster, bringing together the aggression as well as strategic insight that the team has together.

Autimatic had also switched over to VALORANT before returning to EG Counter-Strike. He was a part of Evil Geniuses roster till recently, when they parted ways in January 2024. 

What is NRG’s Counter-Strike roster?

NRG’s Counter-Strike roster is as follows:

  • Joshua "oSee" Ohm
  • Vincent "Brehze" Cayonte
  • Jadan "HexT" Postma
  • Colby "Walco" Walsh
  • Timothy "autimatic" Ta
  • Damian "daps" Steele (Coach)

NRG recently signed Walco to the team and he joins the org as their in-game leader. With this new roster, NRG will look forward to participate in the upcoming ESL Challenger event. The event will see sixteen teams in participation. The top two teams will earn their spots in the upcoming ESL Pro League Season 20. ESL Pro League Season 20 takes place in September with a $750,000 prize pool.