Oliver "DickStacy" Tierney has left the starting CSGO lineup of Renegades, the American organization announced on its official website. As of now, there is no information as to who will serve as his replacement.
DickStacy had the time to attend only one event with Renegades, which was ESL Pro League S10 Finals. There, the Australian squad took the 9-12th place, earning $15,000 of prize money. In their last match, they were defeated by mousesports, who then proceeded to win the whole thing. The overall rating of Tierney at that competition was 0.92.
Before that, Oliver and the current roster of RNG had been competing under the banner of Grayhound Gaming, where DickStacy spent two years of his career. Their most notable achievement was qualifying for both Majors in 2019, IEM Katowice and StarLadder Major Berlin. At these tournaments, ex-Grayhound couldn’t make it through The New Challengers Stage on two occasions.
According to the information of Here’s The Thing, Tierney’s spot in the Renegades roster will be taken by Jordan "Hatz" Bajic. He has already joined the team’s official ESEA roster. Earlier, Hatz had been playing for the Australian squad called ORDER. If the rumours are true, he will make his debut appearance with RNG in the closed qualifier for IEM Katowice 2020.
- Chris "dexter"' Nong
- Liam "malta" Schembri
- Simon "Sico" Williams
- Joshua "INS" Potter
- Jordan "Hatz" Bajic (?)
The transfer of the Grayhound players to Renegades was announced on December 3. Now, they are occupying the 24th spot in HLTV’s World Ranking. Yesterday, the Australian team received an invitation to DreamHack Open Leipzig 2020, which will be held on January 24-26 and offer a prize fund of $100,000.