Endpoint move BOROS to the bench
The Jordanian wishes to explore new opportunities after nine months on the starting lineup.
Mohammad "BOROS" Malhas has been moved to the bench of Endpoint and transfer listed, the British organization announced on Twitter. The 18-year-old rifler joined the squad in August of 2021, becoming one of the top performers during his tenure before expressing his desire to pursue new opportunities.
The announcement comes less than a month following Endpoint's failure to qualify for the PGL Major Antwerp 2022, with the team leaving the European RMR B with a 1-3 record.
BOROS has been a consistent performer for the squad, accumulating a 1.13 rating across his nine months stint with Endpoint, tackling various online events in the second tier of European Counter-Strike. However, the young rifler struggled at his first LAN event with the team, displaying a significantly lower 0.84 rating at the second European RMR event.
"Mohammad has expressed a desire to consider and pursue opportunities elsewhere and we do not wish to restrict this against the player's wishes," stated Endpoint on Twitter.
"We are open to enquiries from anybody looking to secure the services of Mohammad. We will have more news regarding additions to our lineup in the near future," concluded the statement.
Endpoint are now:
Allan "Allan" Hender (coach)
Mohammad "BOROS" Malhas (benched)