Mike Stubbs . People . Wednesday 22nd February 2017 . 11:53
After weeks of uncertainty and confusion over just where CS:GO player Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom would end up, he has finally put pen to paper and signed for Team EnVyUs.
ScreaM, who is known as the master of the one taps, became one of the hottest free agents in the world of CS:GO after the French shuffle a few weeks ago. With G2 eSports, his former team, bringing in new players to form a French super team ScreaM was left with no home.
Initial reports suggested he would end up on FaZe Clan, but they went out and put down a reported $500,000 for NiKo. Really this only left ScreaM with the choices of starting his own team, or joining former team mates on EnVyUs.
He went for the latter, officially joining EnVyUs overnight after playing as a standin for a couple of weeks. He has replaced David "devoduvek" Dobrosavljevic, although there is no word on what devoduvek plans to do next, or if he is still with the EnVyUs organisation.