Michal 'MICHU' Müller, known for his performances for Virtus.pro, left Team Envy and became a free agent. The information appeared on his Twitter account. Representatives of the American organization have not yet announced who will take the vacant place after the departure of the Polish player.
MICHU said that it is in excellent game form and encourages eSports clubs to consider his candidacy for further cooperation. The Pole's work with Envy was quite long. He joined the team in January 2020 and for the whole year he could not even get to the prize-winning place. On January 11, 2021, the club's management decided to transfer all esports players to inactive and put them up for sale, after which they talked about their retirement from the professional CS: GO scene.
MICHU's professional career began 8 years ago. For all the time, the player could not win a single victory at the LAN tournament, however, despite this, he managed to earn more than $ 220,000. The biggest achievements in his career can be called second places at the V4 Future Sports Festival - Budapest 2018 and WESG 2016, for which the teams in which he played, received $ 123,580 and $ 400,000, respectively.