x6tence lists SOKER and Kairi as transferable
The Spanish organization x6tence has put two of its players from its White team on the market.
The Spanish squad was down to only two players on its active roster after the departures of both Nikola "NK4Y" Radushev and Aleksa "Impulse" Stankić, and Nicolas "Plopski" Gonzalez Zamora's loan to Singularity. Now, x6tence has announced it is looking to part ways with its remaining players, Aitor "SOKER" Fernández and David "Kairi" de Miguel.
The Spanish organization has announced it will be listening to offers for the two players, who recently got back from China where they played the WESG 2017 World Finals with Oscar "mixwell" Cañellas's Wololos.
In Haikou, the Spaniards were able to make it out of the first group stage, but were unable to make their playoffs goal after losses to fnatic and BIG in the group of death, although they were able to leave with the silver lining of beating a Top 20 team, AGO, 2-0, on the way out.
Today i part ways with @teamx6tence and i want to say thanks for all they did for us in this last year together.— David de Miguel (@Kairi_pirriki) March 26, 2018
Now is time to search new goals and im open for all the proposals.I think I can still give much more 1/2 and
In a statement, x6tence declared it would not close the x6tence.White division, and will release news as May 14th dawns closer, when Plopski turns 16 and ends his loan with Singularity. Meanwhile, the players have both stated on twitter that they are open to offers and look forward to competing in the near future, be it in Spanish or international lineups.
I'm open to offers, international teams included. It is time to reach new challenges and i want to work hard on it.— Aitor Fernández (@SOKERCS) March 26, 2018
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