Trk Re-Joins TeamOne

Trk Re-Joins TeamOne

Brazilian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro Alencar "trk" Rossato was announced as the newest member of TeamOne on Thursday, January 20.

Brazilian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro Alencar “trk” Rossato was announced as the newest member of TeamOne on Thursday, January 20. The 26-year-old will re-join the team he left in May 2020.

TeamOne Round-Up Roster With Trk

TeamOne announced trk as the fifth and final member of its CS:GO esports team on Thursday, rounding its roster for the 2022 season. The 26-year-old has re-joined the team he has spent four years with between 2015-2020 and is the longest-tenured player in the squad besides Pedro “Maluk3” Campos.

Trk now joins an all-Brazilian roster, where he will team up with Matheus “prt” Scuvero, Matheus “pesadelo” Panisset, Enzo Henrique “xns” Almeida, and captain Maluk3, who trk played with back in 2015, up until he left the team in early 2020.

The 26-year-old is the first signing TeamOne has made in 2022 and the first since the team added xns to the roster in April 2021. Since the addition of xns, TeamOne made only one change to its CS:GO project in October 2021, when the team added former CS pro player Thiago “BTT*” Monteiro as the head coach.

Trk Is Back

Trk has reunited with the organization he was a part of in the earlier days of his CS:GO esports career. The 26-year-old joined TeamOne in December 2015, when he signed his first professional contract.

Trk has been a core member of the team since joining the roster until September 2016, when he has appointed a backup role, which he held until January 2017. After returning to the team at the end of January 2017, trk had kept his spot as the starter until May 2020, when he was picked up by floundering MiBR.

At MiBR, trk teamed up with Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe, Epitacio “TACO” de Melo, Fernando “fer” Alvarenga, Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo.Unfortunately, success was hard to come by at his new team.

At the start of his tenure, trk helped MiBR win BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown and later added a silver medal from BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals. But things turned sour quickly thereafter.

MiBR could not manage a single tournament title for the rest of the year, while their best performance came in December when MiBR placed fourth at the Flashpoint Season 2. The disappointing showings throughout 2020 ushered in roster changes and the departure of trk.

Trk later became a part of O PLANO; however, he didn’t get much playing time. The squad was later signed by 00Nation, but due to the poor results, trk again found himself on the chopping block.

The 26-year-old got removed from 00Nation on January 13 in favor of Marion “malbsMd” Samayoa. However, he did not need long to find a new home.

By signing with TeamOne, trk re-joins an organization that helped him make a name for himself in the CS scene and a team where he has shown his best form. During his four-year tenure with TeamOne, trk has averaged a 1.20 rating.

TeamOne Ready For The New Season

TeamOne will debut its new-look CS:GO esports roster at ESL Challenger League Season 40: North America. The tournament kicked off on Wednesday, January 19, and features 16 teams competing for the lion’s share of the $50,000 prize pool and a spot in the EPL Conference Season 16.

Although the opening matches of the event are already behind us, TeamOne have yet to play their opening fixture. The team has been seeded into Group B, where they’ll face ChocoCheck, Eros, MiBR, Party Astronauts, Strife Esports, X13, and Disconnected.

It will mark TeamOne’s first tournament of 2022 and the first since ESEA Season 39: Premier Division – North America in December, where they crashed out in a sixth-eighth place with losses against ChocoCheck and paiN Gaming.