CS:GO: WorldEdit Departs Pro100

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CS:GO: WorldEdit Departs Pro100

Georgi “WorldEdit” Yaskin, former FlipSid3 and Winstrike sniper departs pro100, leaving the org's active roster empty.

After the departure of WorldEdit, the CIS team will have no players in their active roster; leaving the future of pro100 unclear.

WorldEdit joined pro100 in August of 2019, and within the next year, the team managed to win Dreamhack Delhi Invitational 2019 and Qi Banja Luka.

In April of 2020, a series of unsuccessful results started for pro100. This led to changes in the active roster a few months later; with Jan “wayLander” Rahkonen, Dmitriy “dimasick” Matvienko, and WorldEdit benched in August of 2020.

WorldEdit stated on his official VK-page that he is in search of a new team.

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At the moment, pro100’s roster only consists of wayLander, who is still inactive. Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko, the founder of relaunched pro100, hasn't released any official statement regarding WorldEdit's departure. And even less has been shared about what the organization might be planning in the future.

What's coming next for pro100 could be anyone's guess.

Slava Britvin
Slava "innersh1ne" Britvin is a CS:GO analyst and esports journalist. He currently performs as an analyst for FaZe Clan & as a partnered author of CS.MONEY at ESTNN. You can learn more about Slava on our About page. Twitter @innersh1necsgo.