In a series of announcements across the board, spanning multiple game scenes, there’s been a whole lot of team shuffling going on to prepare for the upcoming 2016 seasons. Team Dignitas is most certainly no exception to this, as they have announced multiple changes to their CS:GO roster.

The first change had to do with Philip “Aizy” Aistrup, who was revealed to have been transferred to G2 for an undisclosed fee after ten months of playing with the organization.

“I am glad that I have got the chance to play for such a skilled team and for such a professional organization,” says Aizy, “I am very much looking forward to making an impact with these guys, and hopefully we will do big things!”

Jacob “Pimp” Winneche followed suit just shortly after, making a mutual decision with Team Dignitas to leave the team after ten months of playing with his teammates. The departure is on good terms, with Dignitas describing Pimp as “Highly important to the team’s development,” and went on to say that he has their support as he searches for a new team.

While there’s still no word yet on what team Pimp will be signing to, he has already expressed an interest in being a part of YouPorn’s Counter-Strike squad.

Departures aside, Copenhagen Wolves has transferred two of their players over to Team Dignitas for a fee. Both Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke and Ruben “RUBINO” Villarroel are a part of Dignitas as of today, with both having impressive competitive backgrounds.

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