Endpoint sign flameZ
The Israeli youngster has secured a permanent move after stepping in for the team in recent weeks.
Endpoint have announced that they have added Shahar "flameZ" Shushan to the roster, bringing the player count back to five following the departure of Thomas "Thomas" Utting, who linked up with Envy last week.
The Israeli player, 17, is already acquainted with his teammates, having competed alongside them in Eden Arena Malta Cup 10 and ESEA MDL Season 35 in recent weeks as a stand-in. Prior to linking up with the British organisation, he played for several European teams, including Adaptation, Tikitakan, and Singularity.
flameZ's move to Endpoint marks a significant moment in his budding career since it began in 2018, when he took his first steps with Aequus. The youngster represented the Israeli organisation a few times in the following years, most notably taking part in the Minor qualifiers for the StarLadder Berlin and ESL One Rio Majors, before shifting his focus to the European scene.
"We are super excited to welcome flameZ to Endpoint," Peter Thompson, COO at Endpoint, said in a statement. "He is an incredibly talented young up-and-coming star who will blossom under the experience of our team.
"It has been a tough decision for us to move away from a majority UK lineup, but we are still very much a UK organisation striving to get UK talent on a global stage, and we feel this is the best way for us to do so."
With this signing, Endpoint are:
Ross "RossR" Rooney (coach)