Endpoint replaces Kjaerbye with young rifler HeavyGod

Following Markus ‘Kjaerbye’ Kjærbye’s departure, UK-based organization Endpoint has finalized its CS:GO lineup with the addition of Israeli rifler... Shubh | 28. October 2022

Following Markus ‘Kjaerbye’ Kjærbye’s departure, UK-based organization Endpoint has finalized its CS:GO lineup with the addition of Israeli rifler Nikita “HeavyGod” Martynenko.

Endpoint has acquired  Israeli rifler Nikita “⁠HeavyGod⁠” Martynenko to replace Markus “⁠Kjaerbye⁠” Kjærbye. HeavyGod previously competed for Iron Branch in August,  Over the course of 2022, the Israeli rifler has also made a few substitute appearances for Endpoint at the Elisa Invitational Fall, CCT South Europe Series 1, and CCT Central Europe Series 2, where the rifler posted an average HLTV rating of 0.96.

He played 64 maps over the last three months, accumulating an HLTV rating of 1.05 and 0.66 kills per round. HeavyGod will make his formal debut with the British organization on November 15, during ESL Challenger League Europe season 43. The team will play the victor of Entropiq vs. ECSTATIC in the upper bracket. HeavyGod has progressed significantly in a short period of time, according to head coach Allan “Rejin” Petersen, and has demonstrated dedication since his first appearance with the team.

With the addition of HeavyGod, Endpoint’s CS:GO roster will be:

  • Max “⁠MiGHTYMAX⁠” Heath
  • Kingdom Kia “⁠Surreal⁠” Man
  • Miłosz “⁠mhL⁠” Knasiak
  • Guy “⁠Nertz⁠” Iluz
  • Nikita “⁠HeavyGod⁠” Martynenko
  • Allan “⁠Rejin⁠” Petersen (coach)

KJAERBYE leaves ENDPOINT after a short stint

The Danish rifler, Kjaerbye⁠ left Endpoint after just over four months with the British organization. The official statement from the Endpoint states that the former Major champion is dealing with personal issues and will likely take a hiatus from professional play. Kjaerbye is a player who was ranked among the best Danish players in CS:GO during his peak. He joined CS:GO powerhouse Astralis in May 2016 following brief stints with Copenhagen Wolves and Dignitas early in his career. While playing for Astralis in January 2017, Kjaerbye won the ELEAGUE Atlanta Major and was nominated for MVP of the event.


In June, Kjaerbye came out of retirement and joined Endpoint as a replacement for Mohammad ‘BOROS’ Malhas, who was benched after a disappointing first half. Kjaerbye’s most notable contribution to Endpoint during his time there was his role in the team’s group-stage victory over Natus Vincere in the ESL Pro League Season 16 tournament. The database of HLTV shows that Kjaerbye had a 1.01 rating on average among 30 maps played for Endpoint. His tenure with the British organization came to a tragic end, though, as the team was unable to make it to the Europe Regional Major Ranking (RMR), missing the opportunity to compete in the illustrious IEM Rio Major CS:GO competition.

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