Credit: Godsent

With the first big event of the year on the horizon, CS:GO’s 2022 season is ready to get started. A tumultuous off-season saw major shifts in how teams stack up to each other. In the days leading into IEM Katowice, we will paint the picture for every roster competing at the event, and try to set expectations.

In this article, we take a look at Godsent.

Godsent: The young have grown

Image: Godsent

A year ago, Godsent gambled by signing a squad of young, inexperienced Brazilian players, captained by Epitácio “TACO” de Melo.

The organization was very vocal about this being a project for the future, stating “in the long term this project will become the best and most skilled team in the world and CSGO history. “

Skip ahead a year, and we see two sides to the team’s results. They’ve been a dominant force in NA’s scene but struggled to recreate those performances overseas.

But the team has been steadily improving, making playoffs at IEM Winter and qualifying for the ESL Pro League.

How will Godsent perform at IEM Katowice?

Godsent has a solid chance of making it out of the IEM Katowice play-ins.

Looking at the bracket, going undefeated doesn’t even seem impossible. They start the event by facing MOUZ, who debut a revamped roster at the event. If they survive that hurdle, they’ll meet FaZe, who are playing with an emergency stand-in.

Godsent has been an exciting, upcoming roster for a while now, and it seems like it’s just a matter of time before they make it big.

That time might be now.

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While Josse van Dessel covers a variety of topics ranging from FIFA esports competitions to professional chess matches, his greatest emphasis is on the world of Counter-Strike, where he covers the title's biggest events and its latest roster moves. Josse also covers local market news in his native Netherlands.