GuX set to rejoin fnatic
SK Gaming have announced that star player Rasmus "GuX" Stahl is poised for a return to fnatic.
The Swedish ace has been on the books of SK since February, when he joined the team as a substitute for Frej "kHRYSTAL" Sjöström.
Stahl is now all set to return to fnatic, whom he left in January after growing apart from the rest of the team, just days after inspiring SK to a second-place finish at the ESWC finals.
He will step into the shoes of Björn "threat" Pers, who was released from fnatic on Sunday following the team's disappointing campaign in Paris.
GuX a fnatic king once again
After airing his wish to return to his former home, Stahl agreed with SK that he would only discuss his future after Arbalet Cup Dallas, but according to the German-based organisation, fnatic tempted Stahl to decline attending one last event for his team.
"Sam Mathews and fnatic seem to be so desperate that they pushed the whole thing further and the result makes no side a winner here to be honest," SK Gaming chief Alexander "TheSlaSH" Mueller told the team's website.
"The relationship SK Gaming and Fnatic had in the past is overshadowed if not destroyed by this move. Fnatic offered Rasmus money to not play Arbalet with SK Gaming, an event Fnatic is not playing even."
Mueller noted that the move puts in question the foundations of the G7 federation, of which both SK and fnatic are members.
"SK and Fnatic can't be in an organization like the G7 Teams after such a move that is beyond anything I have ever experienced in 11 years of eSport history," he signalled.
fnatic will have the following quintet:
Patrik "cArn" Sättermon
Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg
Harley "dsn" Örwall
Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund
Rasmus "GuX" Stahl