Mortal Kombat sign for E-frag
E-frag.net have ventured into competitive Counter-Strike by signing the team known as Mortal Kombat.
The Bulgarian team were on the look-out for a new organisation to represent after parting ways with GPlay earlier in the month as the two parties failed to come to an agreement over a new contract.
After playing for little over two weeks as Mortal Kombat, a temporary name, the players have now contracts with Serbian organisation E-frag.net, which is behind the World Championships.
ex-GPlay sign for E-frag.net
The players are hopeful that this deal will provide them with the financial conditions they need to cement their place in upper echelon of European Counter-Strike after raising eyebrows at the recent StarSeries finals, where they beat EnVyUs, HellRaisers and Gamers2.
"We had some really exclusive and solid offers from big names in the eSports," Nikolay "nkl" Krustev said in a statement.
"Why did we choose E-Frag? Because we know the guys who are in the core of the organisation for a really really long time, which means that they have our complete trust!
"We will give our best to continue competing on a professional top-level and make you, our fans, happy with our games."
The Bulgarian team should be making their first official LAN appearance under E-frag.net at the offline finals of Acer Predator Masters, later this month.
E-frag.net's team consist of: