Gaming
Sat, 10 Apr 2021

OG Might Sign a 17-year-old Israeli Pro for their CSGO Roster

OG Might Sign a 17-year-old Israeli Pro for their CSGO Roster

OG is a professional Danish esports organization that was founded in 2015 by Johan 'N0tail' Sundstein with their first roster in Dota 2 roster. They further entered into the CSGO scene with the signing of a new roster in December 2019.

OG is currently looking for their fifth man for the CSGO roster and according to a few reports Michal 'MICHU' Muller was one of the top candidates for the slot. Though a brand-new report from Cybersport.pl states that a 17-year-old Israeli CS:GO player and aggressive entry fragger Shahar 'flameZ' Shushan can be an attainable selection for the squad as their fifth man for OG. The European group should be making a move quickly as they're scheduled to play for the forthcoming BLAST Premier: Spring Showdown 2021 that starts from 13th April 2021, leaving them with a week worth of time to fix their roster.

Shahar 'flameZ' Shushan who currently plays for a British esports organization called 'Endpoint' is being scouted as the fifth for OG's CS:GO roster to finish the OG CSGO lineup as Issa 'ISSA' Murad and Nathan 'NBK' Schmitt left OG and since then OG introduced a rebuild with their CSGO roster in the previous few weeks.

Their first change in the new roster was to bring back Nikolaj 'niko' Kristensen from their stand-in to an active player for the organization, leaving only one slot to be filled. If OG decides to sign flameZ as their fifth, that would be Israeli player's first massive break after playing with Endpoint for over 7 months now with enormous experience with a blended lineup it won't be trouble for flameZ to get along with OG's lineup. FlameZ got in the eyes of the scooters when his name popped up on the HLTV Website as the 'Hightest 20 HLTV Gamers for 2020, that is said to be one of those helping hands for flameZ and made him a worthy player to be aware of.

OG's time in the CS:GO scene isn't going well so far with constant ups and downs and not even a single respectable match or tournament victory, their crew decided to change things up a little and made some adjustments to the squad as well as some inner enhancements have been made to the squad.

It's going to be exciting to watch what OG has got in their bag for their fifth if they go with Polish player MICHU, or they turn that down and provide an opportunity to the young blood flameZ. OG will be playing the BLAST Premier: Spring Showdown 2021, so the official squad should be out very soon.