Hobbit considering North America move
In the post, the 24-year-old outlined that a variety of options are currently on the table. Two of these offers come from North American teams, one of which currently sitting in the top 30 in the world rankings. The third option was left obscure, the only specifics being that talks are ongoing.
The former Gambit member, who famously won the PGL Major Krakow in 2017, noted that, if he decides to move to North America, he will live there "for a minimum of one-and-a-half to two years", adding that he will make a decision on his future next week.
Below is a translated version of the VK.com post:
"Regarding inside information - two very exciting options have appeared! It is possible that you'll see me in America! Everything will be determined over the course of the week, and it's possible that I will transfer to the States because I received a really good proposition. I'm currently thinking it over, but at the same time, I don't want to let the opportunity slip!
"Let's say there are two options in the US: one is in the top 30, the other isn't. I'm flying home, and I'll give it a good thought. I'm just sharing the news that I won't be organisation-less. I bear a lot of responsibility because I have a family, and we will need to move. In the event that I choose the States, I will live there for a minimum of 1.5-2 years, but there is an alternative option that I like, which is currently being decided."
During that short tenure, the Kazakhstani player helped the team to playoff runs at SuperNova Malta and PLG Grand Slam, making his final LAN appearance at the IEM Katowice Major, where the team failed to defend their Legend status after going 1-3 in the last-16 stage.