Source: Guild Esports

As BARBARR puts an end to his CS:GO career, Sayf will reunite with his Bonk teammates at Guild to take on the position of head coach.

Guild Esports announced the signing of Saif ‘Sayf’ Jibraeel on 20 January to replace Fillip ‘Goffe’ Gauffin, who was released at the end of last year. 

They have confirmed as their new head coach the signing of André “BARBARR” Möller, a former CS:GO player.

Source: Guild Esports

Both signings, like all the previous ones, come from Sweden and are based there. 

The playing roster for Guild Esports is now:

  • Malkolm “bonkar” Rench
  • Yacine “Yacine” Laghmari
  • Leo “ziz” Jannesson
  • William “draken” Fant Sundin
  • Saif “Sayf” Jibraeel

He played alongside Bonkar, Yacine and Ziz as part of the Bonkers as they made a name for themselves as one of the best unsigned squads in Europe. Sayf would already feel at ease walking into a band. 

Sayf spent time at Ninja’s in Pyjamas after Bonk, but left after three months in December. 

Since their entry in October last year, Guild Esports have had an impact on European Valorant, they were infamously excluded from the First Strike qualifiers after beating G2 when it emerged that they used an exploit to do so. G2 will take their place and continue to the Grand Final.

The first team most likely to see the latest Guild roster competition is at the newly revealed Red Bull Home Turf, which begins on January 28th.