zehN and emi released from FPX
The final two players of the former FunPlus Phoenix roster have become free agents and now look for new opportunities.
The 30-year-old and 28-year-old were the last two players left on the Chinese organization's books following its decision to discontinue its investment in CS:GO and the subsequent disbandment of the roster in November, which had struggled to break through and become a consistent contender.
One by one, their three ex-teammates found new homes after leaving in January, with Martin "STYKO" Styk acquired by Apeks, Pavle "Maden" Bošković joining ENCE, and Asger "Farlig" Jensen released and later signed by Astralis. zehN and emi now follow suit as they have become free agents and look for offers.
"I'm ready to face new challenges as a player," zehN Tweeted, asking parties interested in a "smart player with fragging potential" to get in touch.
Meanwhile, emi has told HLTV.org that, despite having coaching experience from his time with Valiance and CR4ZY, he looks to return to an active playing role as an in-game leader and is willing to listen to offers from any region.
"As of today I am out of my contract with FPX, which means I am a free agent now and open to any offers," the Serbian has stated. "I'm ready to get back on the server in the IGL role."