Counter Strike: Global Offensive side FaZe Clan have confirmed the signing of youngster Robin "ropz" Kool ahead of the 2022 season.
In the HLTV Top 20 players of 2021 to place highest without s1mple market, meanwhile, "ropz" can be backed at 150/1.
Reports of "ropz" moving to FaZe first emerged back in December and the move has now come to fruition, meaning he leaves MOUZ, formerly known as mousesports, after five years with the organization.
During his time with MOUZ, "ropz" earned the reputation as one of the best players in CS:GO and is renowned as a fragging machine.
He earned top-ten spots in the HLTV top 20 players of the year in both 2019 and 2020 and the 22-year-old looks a great piece of business from FaZe.
FaZe were hoping for a strong campaign in 2021 after bringing in Russel "Twistzz" Van Dulken and Finn "karrigan" Andersen but struggled to make an impact, failing to make it out of their group in the ESL Pro League Season 14.
And looking ahead to the new campaign, as well as signing "ropz", FaZe have also relegated Olof "olofmeister" Kajbjer Gustafsson back to the bench while Adam "torzsi" Torzsas has been promoted from the academy side.
Teams will have a chance to debut their new rosters at February's IEM Katowice.
Following the news, "ropz" wrote on Twitter: "Extremely excited for this new journey - I appreciate the support, means the world to me.
"Fun fact - the announcement contained a part from seven years ago when I played COD. However, CS is my DNA and I've played it for the majority of my life."