The Bulgarian player becomes a free agent just two months after joining the team, initially on a trial basis, admitting in a Twitter post that he did not perform to the best of his abilities while with the squad.
His departure is the latest of a series of changes that the team have made since leaving Epsilon in July. Last week, former NoChance member Thomas “Thomas” Utting was picked up on a trial basis as a replacement for Viktor “v1c7oR” Dyankov, who had been playing for the team in a stand-in capacity. On Tuesday evening, coach André “BARBARR” Möller left the project, citing financial insecurity as one of the reasons to step down from his position.
The European team will be taking on Copenhagen Flames at 17:30 with Albanian talent Flatron “juanflatroo” Halimi acting as a stand-in. This will be the squad’s last official match under ex-Epsilon as they will change their name to Phoenix afterward in an effort to distance themselves from the Belgian organisation.
Phoenix currently have: