Nils "k1to" Gruhne will once again be standing-in for Karim "Krimbo" Moussa at the beginning of BLAST Premier Spring Finals in Lisbon. The information was confirmed by in-game leader Johannes "tabseN" Wodarz in an interview with Pley.gg today.
As the latest addition to the roster, Karim "Krimbo" Moussa has had a promising start to his career at the German Organization, but last weekend the 19-year-old rifler had to withdraw from playing the Pinnacle Championship in Lund, Sweden due to a positive Covid-19 test. BIG went on to lose two consecutive matches with Nils "k1to" Gruhne playing as the last-minute stand-in.
Karim "Krimbo" Moussa was brought in as a replacement for Nils "k1to" Gruhne in March 2022, where he was promoted from the BIG Academy team.
BIG will face ENCE in their first match of BLAST Premier Spring Finals in Lisbon tomorrow night.
The information is also backed up by the recent tweet, that BIG posted with the players including Nils "k1to" Gruhne taking a walk in Lisbon upon arrival.