Envy has revealed its decision to bench Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor from its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. The announcement was made via a post from Envy’s official Twitter account with no information on the decision was made.
The organization does, however, state that its “open to offers as” it continues to build the roster. ANDROID had been a member of the active lineup since March. He joined alongside Sam “s0m” Oh and Jacob “Fugly” Medina upon the organization’s decision to build around Noah “Nifty” Francis.
Envy is now down to three players after s0m left the organization for Gen.G’s new project in December. Prior to that, Envy also parted ways with Zachary “Eley” Stauffer, the coach of the team. It is unknown at this time which players could join the organization.
There are several AWPers available including Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan and recently released from BIG player Owen “smooya” Butterfield should Nifty elect to focus on rifling and in-game leading once more as he did when the squad had Josh “jdm64” Marzano. smooya stated in a posted today that his goal is to play in North America rather than stay in Europe.
Envy CS:GO division:
Noah “Nifty” Francis
Jacob “FugLy” Medina
Ryan “ryann” Welsh
Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor (benched)
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