emagine announces retirement
Counter-Strike: Source was where emagine started competing, coming onto the CS:GO scene in 2014 with Immunity. After playing second fiddle to Vox Eminor for some time, emagine's team managed to reach international events in 2015, attending the ESL One Cologne Major.
In 2016, emagine spearheaded the Winterfox project and moved to North America to compete, but the team was unable to make a breakthrough due to numerous issues. He then returned home and represent Kings, a team signed by ORDER at the start of 2018.
Leading the likes of Jay "Liazz" Tregillgas, Joshua "INS" Potter, and Jordan "Hatz" Bajic, emagine was one of Australia's most successful in-game leaders, attending four Big Events and winning numerous national competitions. Now, following Hatz's departure to Renegades, emagine has decided it is time to call it quits and transition to a different role within ORDER:
"The time has come for me to hang up the mouse - It’s been a wild ride and I’m forever grateful to everyone who’s been involved with my journey. It has become increasingly difficult, however, to balance my personal responsibilities in addition to playing full time." - emagine via TwitLonger
ORDER are now down to four players: