k1ck lose team to Orbit
Orbit have announced via Twitter that they have completed the signing of k1ck's Hungarian Counter-Strike team.
The former Rock team had signed for the k1ck in July, defending the Portuguese organisation's colours at the offline qualifier for ESL One Cologne, where they finished 5th-6th of their group.
It has now been revealed that the players have decided to part ways with k1ck after receiving an offer from Orbit, who had been without a CS:GO section since the departure of their Benelux roster, last month.
NOFEAR is now a free agent
Meanwhile, the team have confirmed the permanent addition of Arnold "NEY" Kiss to their lineup. The former VOLGARE member, who played for the team as a substitute in the first fragbite Masters open qualifier, will replace Adrián "NOFEAR" Birgány on the roster.
"We had to part ways with NOFEAR due to some internal problems that we could not sort out," András "ZEN" Hidvégi told HLTV.org.
"As most of you can imagine, releasing a team-mate and friend is always hard. I would like to thank him for his services as we would not be where we are without him.
"Furthermore, I would like to announce that we have left k1ck. It was an honour to play for such a prestigious organisation, I wish them nothing but the best.
"Please continue to support this awesome organisation as they really give their all to help their teams. I would like to thank Spirit and the rest of the k1ck organisation."
The Hungarian team have a very busy weeks coming up as they will be competing in the closed qualifier for fragbite Masters and in GO:CL Season 2. Their lineup consists of: