Nason Pybus

CS:GO Freelance Writer/Reporter - Follow @NasePybus
  • Paris ‘nova’ Larkins: Australia’s lost star

    In Stage 1 of the FACEIT Oceania League, The Chiefs were a force to be reckoned with, taking second place narrowly behind Team Immunity. 2 years and countless roster changes later, zewsy, ofnu and ap0c of this lineup have found their way onto Winterfox, competing in North America, while...
  • Oceanic Counter-Strike has never been better

    The Oceanic CS:GO scene has been a slow burn. With a lack of sponsorship and viewership interest in the early stages of Global Offensive’s release, we saw very few opportunities for the region’s best to compete in offline and even online events and, thus, there was not enough incentive...
  • Renegades Ends CSGO Campaign

    Terrible news to come out on April 1st. (Yes it’s a joke, we love Renegades) Following the removal of Ricky “Rickeh” Mulholland and departure of Yaman “yam” Ergenekon, Renegades were in search of two players to revitalise their Australian squad. However, according to multiple sources, the remaining core of...
  • The Possible Replacements for Renegades

    Renegades, currently only consisting of AZR, jks and USTILO, are on the hunt for two players to fill their open roster slots and hopefully reinvigorate the side. Losing yam and Rickeh, the In-Game Leader and AWPer of the team respectively, Renegades have two crucial roles to find replacements for,...
  • The Winterfox Struggle

    Winterfox’s recent lows during their North American campaign have been quite unexpected and ultimately disappointing. The signing of the New Zealand AWPer Razmik “RaZ” Bastadjan has seen the team regress in terms of results when compared to when Chris “dexter” Nong was on the team. Staring at ESL Pro...
  • Interview with Tainted Minds CSGO In-Game Leader Stuart “sonic” Rayner

    One of the Australian scene’s biggest success stories is that of Tainted Minds. Their rise from an online upset team to a squad competing in international events has been remarkable to watch over the past year and a half. We spoke to Tainted’s in-game leader Stuart “sonic” Rayner about...
  • The History of Chiefs eSports Club in CSGO – Part Two

    The Chiefs eSports Club have an interesting history in the CS:GO landscape. Since their first dive into the game, the organisation has announced the signing of 4 5-man lineups and had 23 different players represent them at LAN. The Chiefs seem to finally have found some consistency with their...
  • The History of Chiefs Esports Club in CSGO – Part One

    The Chiefs eSports Club have an interesting history in the CS:GO landscape. Since their first dive into the game, the organisation has announced the signing of four 5-man line-ups and had 23 different players represent them at LAN. The Chiefs seem to finally have found some consistency with their...
  • Ricky “Rickeh” Mulholland joins CLG

    For the first time in Counter-Strike history, an Australian player has broken away from a team with fellow-countrymen to join an professional international team. It was announced overnight that Ricky “Rickeh” Mulholland will join Counter Logic Gaming to replace the outgoing Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik. Rickeh parted ways with Renegades...