After taking a slight break from the scene, Viperio is happy to return to competitive Counterstrike: Global Offensive with an entrance into the Gfinity CS:GO Spring Series via acquiring the all Swedish team formerly known as “Blandsaft”.
The team will be competing in the highest division of the Gfinity Spring Series – CEVO Main, along with many other notable teams, including Euronics Gaming, MnM Gaming and Endpoint to name a few. The league will run between July 2nd to August 31st, with playoffs starting in early September. The total prize pool for the EU region sits at $15,000.
The Gfinity CS:GO Spring Series Main division is the top league run by CEVO.
Some of the players on the team have an impressive background. Maximilian ‘Tiriz‘ Högberg, formly of Team Singularity Academy, came 1st in the Dreamhack Summer 2018 CS:GO BYOC Juniors Tournament, and came 2nd in the Dreamhack Summer 2018 Open Tournament.
Along with the Gfinity Spring Series – CEVO Main, the team is looking to acquire an invite to ESEA’s Season 29 Main Division.
Brodie Mulvaney, Chief Business Development Officer of Viperio said:
“This is an exciting time for the company. For a while we have been looking for the next generation of skilled players and I think we may have found it. A few steps are still to be made regarding behind the scene work, but things are looking promising.” – Brodie Mulvaney
You can keep track of Viperio’s matches, results and view demos via our CEVO team page.
Be sure to follow all the players, and Viperio on Twitter to stay up to day with all the teams activities.