CS:GO: Zeus Announce Pro100 Academy Transfer; Confirm Team’s Involvement In Zeus’ Brazilian Project

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CS:GO: Zeus Announce Pro100 Academy Transfer; Confirm Team’s Involvement In Zeus’ Brazilian Project

A new phase begins for CIS prospects. Pro100 Academy will play under the “Fantastic Seven” tag.

Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko has revealed the transfer on his Instagram. The goal of Fantastic Seven is to qualify for ESEA Main division and enter the top-50 HLTV by the end of 2021.

“Dear friends, we want to share with you a very important news – we have transferred the CS:GO Pro100 Academy roster!” Teslenko announced in his Instagram post. “At the same time, me and our management company will keep working with the team, and moreover, we will create new lineups.” He went on to confirm that sponsors for the team have already been found. “…we plan to sign a contract with the first of them next week.” Teslenko said.

The announcement on Instagram also teased the team's involvement in their ‘Brazilian project'. “We will take the guys to Brazil – this is directly related to our big project, which we mentioned earlier. The guys will perform under the tag “Fantastic Seven”. Wish them good luck”.

Danylo “Zeus” Teslenko poses for a photo with Brazilian business and political leaders

Back in December 2020, Teslenko visited Brazil, where he had meetings with the Minister of Science and Technology, the Head of the Presidential political party, among other political and business figures.
As a result of these meetings, Teslenko announced a joint project with the Brazilian government and business.
Fantastic Seven is expected to take part in that project, but the details are unknown yet. We will follow the story and provide the information as soon as we learn something about the cooperation of Teslenko and Brazilian government.

Fantastic Seven's roster (ex-pro100 Academy):

  • Georgiy “deus” Kinzyagulov
  • Mikhail “B3LS” Sedunov
  • Timofey “fozil” Komkov
  • Renat “sunshine” Kolesnikov
  • Erik “Ao-” Bobov
  • Anatoly “clife” Averkov (coach)
Slava Britvin
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