3DMax Returns to Counter-Strike with Looking4Org Roster

The French organization recently set up a Counter-Strike roster in 2019. 3DMAX has declared its reentry into the Counter-Strike... | 22. November 2023

The French organization recently set up a Counter-Strike roster in 2019.

3DMAX has declared its reentry into the Counter-Strike (CS) esports arena by acquiring the Looking4Org roster. The French esports entity maintained a consistent presence in the CS scene from 2012 to 2019, providing support not only to French initiatives but also to teams hailing from nations such as Denmark, Germany, and Slovakia.

3DMAX attended EMS One Katowice 2014 with a Danish team featuring Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander and Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen, and ESL One Katowice 2015 with a Finnish roster captained by Joona “natu” Leppänen.

3DMAX Returns to the CS Scene

The organization’s return to the CS scene brings an end to a long-running saga that began in May, when HEET’s players parted ways with the organization amid reported financial troubles and created their own project while they looked for a new home. During the six months that followed, the team managed to remain competitive, yo-yoing in and out of the top 30 in the rankings.

Last month, their hopes of finding a new organization were handed a major boost when they beat Spirit to qualify for ESL Challenger Jönköping, their first LAN event of the year. 3DMAX will make their return debut at the ESL Challenger Jönköping later this week, where they will face Virtus.pro in their first match on November 24.

The new 3DMAX roster

3DMAX has been working for months to get back into the CS scene, and they have done it right. The organization has a history of supporting CS teams, and it was an obvious move to return to the scene. The team is excited to make their fans proud and is back to where it all started. This is just the beginning of an exciting journey, and they have plenty more exciting news to come.

Overall, 3DMAX’s return to the CS scene is a significant event that will be closely watched by fans of the game. It remains to be seen how the team will perform in their first LAN event of the year, but they have a strong roster and an experienced coach, so they should be competitive.

The 3DMAX roster includes the following players:

  • Bryan “Maka” Canda
  • Ali “hAdji” Haïnouss
  • Lucas “Lucky” Chastang
  • Thomas “Djoko” Pavoni
  • Pierre “Ex3rcice” Bulinge
  • Adrien “killazoo” Legarda (Coach)