3DMAX Finalise CS2 Roster

30 Apr 2024
Tit Krajnik 30 Apr 2024
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  • 3DMAX announced the signing of Filip "Graviti" Brankovic and Demien "wasiNk" Dufour
  • The new signees finalise the new lineup
  • The announcement comes after 3DMAX’s success at ESL Pro League Season 19
3DMAX Finalise CS2 Roster
On Tuesday, April 30, 2024, 3DMAX announced the signing of Filip "Graviti" Brankovic and Damien "wasiNk" Dufour. The duo fill in the gaps left behind by recent departures, finalising the French Counter-Strike lineup.

3DMAX have finished their Counter-Strike roster rebuild on Tuesday, two weeks following the departure of Ali "hAdji" Haïnouss and coach Adrien "killazoo" Legarda. The announcement of the two new signings, however, doesn't come as a shock.

Both wasiNk Graviti travelled to Malta for ESL Pro League Season 19 with 3DMAX and helped the team complete their Cinderella Story in Group A and qualify for the playoffs. And given the team's unexpected success with the two new members, the announcement of the duo being offered permanent contracts is nothing more than a formality.

3DMAX initially opted to sign wasiNk and Graviti while in dire need of reinforcements following the departure of a key player and coach. And while 3DMAX had plenty of talent to choose from the French Counter-Strike esports scene, the team decided on two members with plenty of experience.

At 20 years of age, Graviti has already spent three years in the Counter-Strike esports scene. He debuted in January 2021 with GenOne and spent one year with Team LDLC before returning to GenOne in September 2023. Meanwhile, wasiNk has been involved in the CS esports scene since September 2019.

He debuted with HellSide Esports and spent most of his career as a player for Ambush Esports before joining GenOne in October 2022. The 28-year-old has never coached before, marking this his first stint as a Counter-Strike coach.

Despite the last-minute changes 3DMAX had to make before ESL Pro League Season 19, the team have been in great form. They also placed second at the A1 Gaming League and secured a spot in the ESL Challenger League Season 48 at the start of April.