The Czech organization, Entropiq, are one of the rare few that boast two squads in the same region, Entropiq and Entropiq Bravo, with the latter being their national side. With an announcement earlier today, Entropiq have revealed that they have mutually parted ways with trials, Egor “chiwawa” Stepanyuk and Mikhail “Duno” Fokin from their main squad and Ondřej “sT4mZ” Gofroj from their secondary squad.
chiwawa and duno were both players that joined alongside Vladyslav “arch” Svistov from Worst Players where they showed real promise, being able to translate that into skill, with a 5th-8th during Mandatory.GG Cup, but, with time, the players weren’t able to replicate their success, both players have gone their separate ways.
duno is currently playing alongside ROX TEAM in TOURSTAT Summer Clash, switching to the CIS side after Entropiq began playing with ex-THOSE GUYS players, Patryk “starxo” Kopczynski and Michał “RETO” Silski.
chiwawa has also found a new squad, playing alongside Ninjas in Pyjamas in GLX Elite Series Main Event according to the GLX’s twitter post after rumours surfaced when Saif “Sayf” Jibraeel joined the Ninjas two weeks ago.
On the other line-up, sT4mZ was already well acquainted with his squad, playing with them prior to the signing. Since then, the Czech side has been awfully quiet, not even reaching the top eight of GLX EU Battle #4, GLX EU Battle #8, and Lava Series #6. With these results, Entropiq Black had to make changes, which now sees sT4mZ leaving his long-term teammates.
Currently, it is uncertain who will fill the places on either squad, however RETO and starxo already have been playing with the main team, and have been putting up decent results, including taking out their old teammates, avg25iq, out of Valorant Contenders Cup, but ended the run with a 13-6 defeat on Bind to FunPlus Phoenix.
With the changes, the main Entropiq squad are:
Sebastian “NEEX” Trela
Michał “MOLSI” Łącki
Vladyslav “arch” Svistov
And the Entropiq Black squad consists of:
Jan “elwzoy” Pařízek
Lukáš “M1st1ck” Kotalík
Tomáš “tomkeejs” Tomka
Jiří “oKKo” Trojan
David “Davsa” Halberštát (Coach)