Immortals open to offers for fnx
Immortals have announced on their website that they are ready to listen to offers for Lincoln "fnx" Lau.
The 27-year-old has been out of action since May, when he stepped down from Immortals' active roster after just three months on the team.
To fill the vacant spot on the roster, the Brazilian team secured Vito "kNgV-" Giuseppe's services, initially on loan from Red Reserve. Following a runners-up finish at PGL Major Krakow, their greatest achievement to date, Immortals exercised the option to turn the loan arrangement into a permanent deal.
With their team enjoying unprecedented success, Immortals have decided to open a round of negotiations for Lincoln "fnx" Lau "so that he can continue his competitive career with another organization."
"FNX is an unparalleled talent in CS:GO and we want to take this opportunity to thank him for the time, energy and effort he put into helping Immortals reach new heights," Immortals added.
"We fully expect to see more of FNX in the future and wish our Brazilian brother-in-arms the best as he moves onto the next chapter in his career.
"Any professional teams playing in the United States, Europe, or Brazil interested in FNX should contact us at email@example.com."
fnx, one of the most experienced Brazilian players in the Counter-Strike scene, with a career that goes back to the early 2000s, won two Majors in 2016, under Luminosity and SK Gaming. He ended up being benched by the latter organisation in December 2016 following "different opinions on how to develop" the team's approach to the game.