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Zero Parts Ways With HellRaisers; FejtZ Takes The Spot

Posted 2nd January 2018 By: Kyle-Tipify Staff

Zero Parts Ways With HellRaisers; FejtZ Takes The Spot

Patrik Zudel, also known by his in-game name Zero, is now a free agent. After being placed on the inactive list of HellRaisers, he finished his contract after two years with the organization. Meanwhile, Kristjan Allsaar, or FejtZ, took Zudel’s spot as a stand-in since he was benched in October.

Graduation or professional CS:GO

The Slovakian, Zudel, stepped down from the team with his own choice as he felt that his impact and usage became low. In which affected his confidence in performing well, according to HR’s own post on their own website. In hindsight though, Zudel was still schooling where he will graduate this year that the 19-year-old wanted to give all his focus on. The last eventZudel took part in alongside the HellRaisers was the ELEAGUE Major back in January, but he still played in the PGL Major and ELEAGUE CS:GO Premiere.

Parting ways with HellRaisers

HellRaisers and Zudel’s parting seemed to be well, based on the announcement of the organization. “Today, we announce a new chapter in the life of the unbelievably good and talented player, Patrik becoming a free agent and has the right to choose how to continue his esports path on his own. We wish Zero luck and we’re sure that he’ll have a bright esports future! A future that now solely depends on himself.” HellRaisers stated.

Also, Zudel’s former in-game leader wishes him the best. “I’d like to genuinely thank Patrik for the time he’s spent in HellRaisers. It’s a pity we’ll go different roads now, but I’m sure that such a change of conditions will be beneficial for Zero. I wish him to find his new esports home soon and to continue progressing. Everything is still ahead of you!” Kirill “ANGE1” Karasiow also stated in the announcement post.

The full roster of HellRaisers

Kirill “ANGE1” Karasiow
Bence “DeadFox” Böröcz
Özgür “woxic” Eker
Issa “ISSAA” Murad
Kristjan “FejtZ” Allsaar (stand-in)
Vlаdуslаv “bondik” Nеchуроrchuk (inactive)

With this new roster, we will have to see what’s in store for the CIS team in this coming 2018, after their great performance when they qualified for the ESL Pro League 6. HR finished in the sixth spot in a tournament that featured world-class CS:GO teams like Astralis, FaZe, SK Gaming, Ninjas in Pyjamas, are the few teams who also qualified.

Kyle-Tipify Staff

Written by Kyle-Tipify Staff