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Eversio Sign m0g As 5th for CS:GO

Eversio Sign m0g As 5th for CS:GO

Local organisation Project Eversio have finally revealed their final member for CS:GO. The player they have brought on is m0g, and he will be taking Maxaxe’s spot for their future tournaments. Here’s everything you need to know about m0g, and the future for Eversio CS:GO.

Eversio Sign m0g As 5th for CS:GO – Who is he?

22-year-old Morgan “m0g” Butler is a CS:GO player from the UK. He’s been competing in CS:GO for about 6 years and has been under multiple teams and organisations. Most notably, Buzzkill, Audacity, Veloce, Reflex, and mYinsanity. His best achievement in CS:GO was a Top 2 placement in the ESL Premiership – Spring 2019: Online Stage, which got his team into the main event. Then, in the main event (LAN), they placed 3rd/4th grabbing a total of £1,150 in prize money.

“Why did you join Project Eversio, why do you think it’s the right team for you?” 

“I was already familiar with a couple of the players on the team due to my experience in the scene. When I spoke to CrePoW I came to realize that the team is ready to invest a lot of time and effort into the game to be the best, and that’s exactly what I was looking for.”

Morgan “m0g” Butler, CS:GO player for Project Eversio

Eversio Sign m0g As 5th for CS:GO – Updated lineup:

  • Kyle “Xaka” Gatt
  • Milan “CrePoW” Libbrecht
  • Jimmy “Ariant0” Husseini
  • Jens “Swes” De Clercq
  • Morgan “m0g” Butler

This is what Eversio stated in their announcement

“As we go into Season 37 of ESEA Main, we’ve strengthened our team with Morgan “m0g” Butler. We’re confident that with time we can regain Advanced status and build on the momentum we gathered in the last season. We’re also no longer a majority Benelux lineup, which means there might be some changes in which tournaments we will be able to participate, but we will be exploring this in the coming weeks.”

If you’re an Eversio fan, we know you’ve been waiting patiently to see which player will take Maxaxe’s spot. Unfortunately, m0g will not be part of Eversio’s team for ESL Benelux due to the team no longer being a majority Benelux team. This will put into question what Project Eversio decides to do in their upcoming events.

Whatever they choose to do, you can rest assured that we will be covering all the news here on Esports Malta!

Nathan Bonello

Nathan Bonello

20-year-old competitive Warzone player. Previously competed in CS:GO and VALORANT. Writes articles on this website :)