Counter Logic Gaming have announced that they are accepting applications for the last player position on their team.
Josh "jdm64" Marzano initially stepped in as a substitute, but for Wednesday's CEVO clash against Team Liquid CLG fielded Ace Gaming's Mohamad "mOE" Assad as their fifth player. The move paid off as CLG eased past Liquid on just two maps, the first of which by a 16-1 scoreline.
CLG accepting applications for the last place on the team
However, the North American team have not yet made a decision on this matter, and while they are currently trying out potential North American candidates, they will be accepting applications from players from any region in the world for this position, which will allow the organisation to open up the pool of talent to choose from.
To apply for a spot on CLG's starting roster, these are the requirements that a player needs to meet:
All player applications have to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a personal presentation and also information about previous competitive experience.
CLG's decision to accept international candidates could see yet another North American team pick European talent after Luminosity Gaming signed Swedish ace Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi, formerly of Orbit.