FORZE Esports elevated rifler Vladislav “Krad” Kravchenko to the starting lineup of their C2 team on Tuesday and benched fellow Russian Aleksei “El1an” Gusev.
Krad, 24, joined FORZE Esports in December 2022. He had been active with the team until July.
Dmitry “sstiNiX” Khlebnikov, 18, has been demoted from the starting roster in order to make room for Krad. The former will now compete in the youth roster.
FORZE’s roster consists of Russians Aleksandr “shalfey” Marenov, Evgeny “r3salt” Frolov and Krad as well as Andrey “tN1R” Tatarinovich of Belarus. Artem “Fierce” Ivanov is the team’s coach.
–Field Level Media
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