Dark Sided CS:GO Female Roster Update

First and foremost we’d like to congratulate the team on a 3rd place finish in Perth at the WPGI League Season 3 LAN Finals. The girls played their hearts out against Control Esports but were not the victors on the day, losing in a close overtime situation on the Mirage.

fe_roster_update.png

Unfortunately, now that the 3rd season of the WPGI League has concluded, the girls have decided to disband the current roster. This decision came about with Linhdt, Jsmai and Thaoiiees looking to take a short break from competitive Counter Strike. With this we sadly say goodbye to Bunny and Dashie who’ve chosen to look into other opportunities to continue playing Counter Strike during the WPGI off-season.

I couldn’t be more proud of how the girls this season, they faced quite a few trials this season in one form or another and to their credit, they persevered and managed to take out 3rd place at the tournament. It was great to be able to watch them do their thing and see how they interacted with the wider female CS community on the day. With that said, I’d like to thank the players each individually for their efforts this season.

Linhdt, I think that it's amazing that you've become quite the prominent figure both internally at Dark Sided through supporting other players and externally in the community for being a fierce competitor. Thanks again for all your hard work this year. It goes without saying that it's great having you a part of Dark Sided and I look forward to seeing you play again after your break.

Dashie, thanks for coming into the roster and helping out the org. We were put in a really tough spot and you really saved us while. Hopefully you enjoyed your time with Dark Sided, I know you were a bit skeptical about joining an org so hopefully we weren't too bad. It would be great to work with you again in the future so hopefully our paths cross again sooner rather than later.

Jsmai, Thank you for all the hard work you've put in this year during both WPGI seasons you competed in. You always go above and beyond when it comes to representing Dark Sided and we really can't thank you enough. Enjoy your overseas travels on your break!

Bunny, it was a pleasure working with you during your time at Dark Sided. You were presented with some really tough choices during the season and I was really impressed when you showed great maturity and professionalism in the way you went about making those choices. I wish you good luck and all the best with the rest of your Counter Strike career.

Thaoiiees, Thank you very much for being a part of the team this season, I heard that you were not so keen on playing in the league and that you committed a lot of your own time just to help out the team. Personally I think this is a super admirable and I hope that it wasn't too bad in the end. Good luck with your streaming adventures!

Steve Andreou - Dark Sided Co-Owner

ViewSonic.Dark Sided would like to thank the WPGI and GroundZero teams for their tireless work to put on the event and think that after some growing pains that the WPGI League has been a really positive influence on the Australian CSGO community. We’re extremely proud to say that we supported a great team that participated in two seasons of the WPGI League in 2017 and hope to continue doing so in 2018.