Team Falcons And Snappi Reportedly Reach An Agreement

05 Nov 2023
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Tit Krajnik 05 Nov 2023
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  • Team Falcons and Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer have reportedly reached a verbal agreement
  • The deal has yet to be made official
  • ENCE is looking at Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander as Snappi's replacement
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Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer
According to recent reports, Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer has reached a verbal agreement with Team Falcons. The deal has yet to be finalised; however, it was said that ENCE are already looking at Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander as Snappi's replacement.

Team Falcons' project to build the next Counter-Strike team is supposedly nearly finished. According to recent reports, the Saudi organisation has struck a deal with ENCE's Snappi, who is said to have agreed to join Team Falcons in the coming weeks.

In response, ENCE have already started looking for a new in-game leader to fill in the gap left behind by Snappi and are said to be close to acquiring gla1ve, who has recently announced he is ready to return to competitive Counter-Strike.

Even though the deal has yet to be officially announced, it should be imminent, as Snappi's contract with ENCE expires at the end of the year.

Team Falcons have been working hard on forming a new Counter-Strike roster, which is said to feature some of the biggest names in the Counter-Strike competitive scene. The Saudi squad has been tied with several big names, including coach Danny "zonic" Sørensen and Emil "Magisk" Reif.

Other reports also tied G2 Esports' Nikola "NiKo" Kovač with a move to Team Falcons, while his teammate, Ilya "m0NESY" OIsipov, who was said to be on Team Falcons' radar, won't be moving team after G2 Esports General Manager Petar "peca" Marković confirmed that G2 isn't willing to sell its star AWPer at any price.

If the reports of Snappi moving to Team Falcons are correct, the 33-year-old will end his nearly three-years-long stint with ENCE, who he helped make the semifinals of PGL Major Antwerp 2022, ESL Pro League Season 17 and 18, and won Intel Extreme Masters Dallas 2023.