Farlig joins GODSENT
The 21-year-old AWPer, formerly of Copenhagen Flames, was linked to move to GODSENT on Thursday, with the Sweden-based organization now announcing that they have completed the signing, with Farlig transferred to GODSENT's roster effective immediately.
The roster move follows an impressive ESL One: Road to Rio showing from the young Dane, who posted a 1.22 rating across 21 maps played and averages a 1.13 rating across the last three months. Farlig will be replacing Maikelele on the roster, one of the two original members of the lineup which started off as NoChance at the end of 2018.
Maikelele took to TwitLonger to express his disappointment with the situation, admitting that his skill was lacking but cited a change of atmosphere and that he was in a "chamber of constant criticism regarding a lot more than CS:GO":
The news is out.
I learned about this 00.00 CEST thursday and apparently it took 3 hours for everything to happen until they told me I was benched and that they have found a replacement. 3 hours to take away a team that I created and worked extremly hard for since November 2018.
Yes it is true that I have been lacking in individual skill lately but there are reasons why.
I want to make this short since I will make a video on my youtube channel describing my journey in GODSENT, how it happened, player changes, finding orgs etc.
What I want to share is that the team haven't been what it used to be for the past couple of months; With constant negativity and playing for other people's happiness.
I was put in the chamber of constant criticism regarding a lot more than CS:GO and don't get me wrong, criticism is the way to improve in different areas and it helps you to become better. But not if it starts to get personal.
What I'm most disappointed at is that I've backed up players so much, looking away from their flaws to find what's positive instead of the negative things. But I didn't get the same in return.
I will try to describe more of what has been going on in the video but for now let's see what's in store for lele next. Thank you for all the support you bring me throughout the years.
Meanwhile, Copenhagen Flames are now down to four players, with the loss of their star AWPer a big hit for the Danish squad. This is the third player they said farewell to in the last three months as Asger "AcilioN" Larsen transferred to MAD Lions and René "TeSeS" Madsen moved to Heroic.