It has been announced that Epsilon eSports have taken the place of Natus Vincere in the ECS CS:GO Developmental League.
This is due to Na’Vi being forced to pull out of the competition. This is doubtless a blow to the Ukrainian organisation as there’s $3.5m (£2.6m) to play for in the league.
The developmental league gets underway on September 9th with the main second season starting a month later on October 11th.
Epsilon will join seven other European CS:GO teams to fight it out for a place in the main season. Contenders include Gambit, Flipsid3 Tactics and Godsent meaning it’ll be no mean feat.