ISSAA left Eternal Fire to become a free agent

ISSAA has officially left Eternal Fire to become a free agent, as announced to fans on Twitter. The 24-year-old Jordanian esportsman also said he is open to new proposals.

Interestingly, ISSAA parted ways with the team a month ago, explaining the decision by the fact that it did not manage to get accustomed to the Turkish line-up. At the same time, it is unclear what kind of relationship the player was connected with the team, since Eternal Fire was not an esports organization in the usual sense. However, during the time spent with the team, the 24-year-old Jordanian player won ESA Esports Supremes 2021 and ESL Türkiye Şampiyonası: Summer 2021, and also took part in the qualification for Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Fall: Europe and Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Winter.

Note that the ISSAA is an experienced player, who, in part, was prevented by the coronavirus pandemic. Since the teams were unable to travel the world for the entire last season, the player had to play from home, coping with high ping right during the official matches. This is exactly what caused the parting with OG, the team that the 24-year-old Jordanian esportsman represented from December 2019 to March 2021.

From now on, the composition of Eternal Fire is as follows: