Spinx, wishing to keep his CS:GO titles, has decided to quit ENCE for Vitality

Spinx, wishing to keep his CS:GO titles, has decided to quit ENCE for Vitality ...

LotanSpinx Giladi, an Israeli CS:GO star who left ENCE to join up with other players like ZywOo and dupreeh on Vitality during the offseason, said there were certain bonuses his new team offered that ENCE could not.

Spinx has been the best player on ENCE in the first half of 2022, having averaged a 1.15 rating across 115 official maps played this year, and played a key role in ENCE's top-four finish at PGL Antwerp Major in May and a second-place finish in ESL Pro League season 15 in April.

After the addition of dupreeh, Magisk, and head coach zonic to the Vitality program, the Israeli star agreed to take the place of Kevin misutaaa Rabier, the least experienced player in the Vitality team.

Spinx said he felt that leaving ENCE was an easy decision because he's good friends with everyone in the room, but he valued the possibility of championships when making the move.

Spinx said in an interview with HLTV that Vitality has a BLAST partnership that is crucial for CS:GO overall. We all know ZywOo, right? Every international team would want him, right? I just thought to myself that it would be a better opportunity to win a trophy.

When the BLAST Premier Fall Groups kicks off, Vitalitys fans will get a first look at what Spinx has to offer. Astralis, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and OG are all in group A. They will face the latter tomorrow at 6am CT.