"Like Americans going to Japan only to eat at McDonald's when they could have been eating the same burgers at home."
The 16 teams competing at the event this June have been determined.
Three new Ninjas are taking their place, however.
The process is already underway.
The CS:GO tournament starts in a couple of weeks.
The Norwegian-based esports organisation will become one of the 12 member teams.
The entire roster and staff are being released.
Eight of the best CS:GO teams will be heading to Portugal to fight for share of the $425,000 prize pool.
It's regarded as the logistics company's first long-term esports deal.
Players associated with either team will be able to compete under a neutral name.
The team has punched its ticket to the 2022 BLAST World Finals.
The esports tournament is set to take place this May.
This comes after Brollan left to sign with Ninjas in Pyjamas a couple of days ago.
The esports organisation is bringing on another CS:GO star.
The Louvre Agreement has said that the money will be going to "key disaster relief services".
The deal will last for Season 15 of the Pro League.