CSGO: Endpoint move on from Fessor


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Endpoint mutually parted ways with Frederik “Fessor” Sorensen, the organization announced Friday.

Fessor had joined the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad in February. The 22-year-old Dane was benched in mid-May, however.

“Endpoint will now trial new players to replace Frederik while he is free to explore new opportunities,” the team said. “… Endpoint remain committed to Counter-Strike and are looking to sign a new fifth soon to finish CS:GO and transition successfully to CS2.”

Fessor will remain on Endpoint’s roster at ESL Challenger Relegation, however, due to the tournament’s roster lock rules.

Endpoint’s roster following ESL Challenger Relegation will consist of Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath and Kia “Surreal” Man of the United Kingdom, Milosz “mhL” Knasiak of Poland and Nikita “HeavyGod” Martynenko of Israel. Allan “Rejin” Petersen of Denmark is the coach.

–Field Level Media


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