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HeavyGod departs Endpoint

Nikita “⁠HeavyGod⁠” Martynenko departs Endpoint after just over a year with the organisation. He becomes the third Israeli player to move on from Endpoint alongside Guy “⁠NertZ⁠” Iluz and Shahar”⁠flameZ⁠” Shushan, the latter also went to OG. HeavyGod will hope to replicate their successes in their endeavours outside of the British organisation and surge his career forward further, starting with OG.

From stand-in to star, always a God

Thank you for everything @HeavyGodCS pic.twitter.com/0BbC9ZmLFN

— Endpoint CeX (@TeamEndpoint) January 4, 2024

HeavyGod will look to expedite OG’s journey to some sort of success, after an unavailing 2023 for the organisation. The 21-year-old joins MOUZ NXT’s Bram “⁠Nexius⁠” Campana in filling spots left by Nemanja “⁠nexa⁠” Isaković, who departed for G2, and Dion “⁠FASHR⁠” Derksen, who was benched.

Boasting a 1.13 rating under the Endpoint banner, the highest on the team currently, HeavyGod will certainly be a major loss in their future endeavours. Whilst he was unable to achieve any notable accolades with Endpoint, he did play a prominent part during their mid-year shuffle, which saw the squad not only return to a UK core but to the upper echelons of the Tier 2 scene as well.

Although it comes as no surprise to see such an exciting prospect poached by another team, co-owner of Endpoint, Peter “Pete” Thompson clarified in an X post that they acquired interest from six teams, receiving three offers in total for HeavyGod.

For those that say the CS transfer market is cooling down in this economy (plenty of people trying to negiotate that way).

Over the last 3 months with regards to HeavyGod we had:
– 6 teams interested
– 3 offers

— Peter Thompson (@EndpointPete) January 4, 2024

Ahead of the new year and upcoming PGL Major RMR’s Endpoint will be looking for an anchor to fill the gap. However, UKCSGO understands they are on bootcamp, so all will shortly be revealed.

Endpoint now looks as follows:

Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
Kia “Surreal” Man
Henrich “sl3nd” Hevesi
Oscar “AZUWU” Bell

Felix “Frøg” Bergeron (coach)

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