Enemy, whose CS:GO lineup recently qualified for the ESL ESEA Pro League North American division, replace two players ahead of the season's kick-off.
Enemy, whose lineup was previously known as Tempo Gaming (not to be confused with Tempo Storm), have long been billed as an up-and-coming team in North America. Star player Kenneth "koosta" Suen, in particular, has turned plenty of heads with his AWP skills.
The team continued its upward rise when it replaced mouseSpaz in the ESL ESEA Pro League via the Season 2 Relegation matches, as well as making the CEVO Professional division for Season 8.
As a result, the team have begun to undergo a series of roster changes in order to consolidate the roster. Former leader Steve "Ryu" Rattacasa will be stepping down from the active roster due to time constraints via work, and will instead take on a coaching role and act as the sub occasionally.
The team have therefore picked up Michael "MAiNLiNE" Jaber in his stead as the team's IGL (who was recently removed from Method).
The team have also parted ways with Donovan "zNf" Froid and will be replacing him with Skyler "Relyks" Weaver, a player who was last seen seriously playing on SKDC, alongside numerous sub-in roles for various teams in the meantime.
As a result of these changes, Enemy's roster is now:
Kenneth "koosta" Suen
Skyler "Relyks" Weaver
Michael "Uber" Stapells
Michael "MAiNLiNE" Jaber
Jared "Anomaly" Simmons
Steve "Ryu" Rattacasa (back-up and coach)