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MOLSI officially says goodbye to Vitality

The final decision has been made regarding the future of Michał "MOLSI" Łącki. The Pole, who sat on the bench of Team Vitality a few weeks ago, has now finally said goodbye to the organization.

On this occasion, MOLSI itself published an appropriate entry on social media. “Thank you for everything. It was a pleasure representing one of the largest organizations in the world! But now I am officially a free agent. It's time to see what the future holds,” announced the 26-year-old.

“We wish him all the best in the future and hope to see him in his new team soon! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the club.” It can be read in the post presented by Vitality. At the same time, the French authorities confirmed that they had reached an agreement with the Pole on the premature termination of cooperation. This one was originally supposed to last.

Nevertheless, at the end of August, MOLSI announced that he was going to the bench. At the same time, he received permission from his employer to start looking for a new home. Thus, Łącki ends his adventure with the popular Pszczoły, whose colors he defended since November last year. Together with this formation he participated, among others, in this year's edition of the VALORANT Champions Tour in the EMEA region.

However, his team did not conquer the competition and only finished in 5th-6th place. As a result, she missed the VALORANT Masters in Tokyo. In turn, our compatriot's team withdrew from the last-chance World Cup qualifiers after one of the team members, 19-year-old Karel "Twisten" Ašenbrener, suddenly died.

ScreaM announces departure from Karmine Corp. What's next for the Belgian?

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom was once considered an aim machine on the Counter-Strike scene. Ultimately, however, the Belgian never rose to the top and a few years ago he abandoned the Valve game in favor of VALORANT.

For the first two years, ScreaM represented Team Liquid. With this formation, he even managed to reach the top four of the 2021 World Championships! However, the next season was weaker. Therefore, just before the changes in the VALORANT Champions Tour, Benrlitom decided to change his team. Then he was engaged by Karmine Corp, an organization well known to League of Legends fans.

Hopes were high, because apart from him, the team also included his younger brother, Nabil "Nivera" Benrlitom, and Alexandre "xms" Forté. However, it ended in disappointment, because KC took only 10th place in VCT EMEA. In addition, it did not make it through the last-chance qualifiers for VALORANT Champions, losing to Natus Vincere.

More than a month has passed since the last meeting. And it is now that ScreaM has confirmed that he has received permission to leave Karmine Corp. “I was allowed to consider my options. I'm more motivated than ever to bounce back and give my all to win trophies. I am open to suitable projects from all VCT regions. I can't wait to return to the server and the lanes,” assured the 29-year-old.

At the moment, it is not known where he could continue his career. It is worth recalling that a few weeks ago there were hopes that Benrlitom could return to Counter-Strike. These were aroused by ScreaM himself, who published a very ambiguous post on social media. The line-up of Karmine Corp is as follows:

  • Nabil "Nivera" Benrlitom
  • Ryad "Shin" Ensaad
  • Alexis "Newzera" Humbert
  • Alexandre "xms" Forté
  • Arthur "pm" Guillermet (coach)

​​Fnatic without a coach. The trainer unexpectedly leaves the Pole's team

The 2023 season is certainly bittersweet for Fnatic. The players of the British organization seemed to be the main candidates to win the world championship for a long time, but ultimately they finished VALORANT Champions just behind the podium. All this after Fnatic triumphed in VCT LOCK//IN São Paulo and VALORANT Masters Tokyo. Additionally, the Black and Orange team was undefeated in VCT EMEA for a long time, and they suffered their first and only defeat only in the grand final.

All these results are largely due to Jacob "mini" Harris, who has been the FNC coach from the very beginning of the VALORANT division. Now, however, the 29-year-old's contract has expired and he intends to look for a new place. First of all, mini no longer wants to be a head coach in order to balance his life better. There is, of course, an option that he will ultimately remain in the team of which Maks "kamyk" Rychlewski is a member, but in a different role.

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