Spirit lineup, history, achievements - CS2
Spirit - History
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Topic: CS:GO Spirit team/lineup/history/achievements
The Russian Esport Organization Spirit is alongside Counter Strike also represented in Hearthstone and Dota 2. The team competes mostly in the CIS region and has been founded by the Ukrainian Ruslan Buhryn.
Spirit - Archievments & price money
The biggest accomplishment of the team so far was probably the second place at the Champions Cup Finals where they only had to admit defeat to G2 in the final, but were able to prevail against some top teams and won 50.000 USD prize money. Two other notable achievements for Spirit include a win at DreamHack Open January and a third place finish at IEM Katowice 2021. In total, the organization's profits amount to about 750,000 USD.
Spirit - Previous lineups & players
The team was completely rebuilt in 2019 and currently has its best lineup. So far the squad had four Russian and three Ukrainian players under contract. In 2020, their current lineup developed into a relatively stable part of the top 15.
Spirit, which throughout 2021 consisted of four Russian professionals and Ukrainian somedieyoung an represented a well-rehearsed team led by IGL chooper. Coach Certus is one of the founding members of the team and plays a crucial role. At the beginning of 2021 iDISBALANCE had to leave the team and was replaced by degster.
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Spirit - World-Ranking & current players
In November 2021 the Organisation decided to completely change up their starting lineup after a disappointing showing at the PGL Major in Stockholm, mir, sdy and coach Certus were benched. The organisation newly signed Patsi, s1ren and coach hally.
Spirit IGL: chopper
Spirit AWP: degster
Spirit Riflers: magixx, Patsi, s1ren
Spirit Coach: hally Information powered by Liquipedia