Epsilon have confirmed on their website that André “BARBARR” Möller has joined the team on a permanent basis.
The Swedish veteran had been playing for Epsilon as a stand-in for over two months following the departure of Jerry “xelos” Råberg.
While acting as a subtitute, the team took third-fourth at the Gfinity CS:GO Invitational and 5th-8th at ESWC, and were just one map away from securing a spot at the ELEAGUE Major offline qualifier.
BARBARR is now officially an Epsilon player
In a statement, team coach Christian “chrille” Lindberg hailed André “BARBARR” Möller’s “enthusiasm and leadership” and added that the team “has never been more cohesive.”
Epsilon remain on the lookout for a new player to replace Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun, who signed for fnatic at the start of the month. Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen recently played for the team at the European Minor, but the organisation refused to confirm whether they will be signing the Norwegian player, stating that a decision will be made soon.
The Swedish team now has:
William “draken” Sundin
Fredrik “REZ” Sterner
Fredrik “freddieb” Buö
André “BARBARR” Möller