Rumors: Falcons pays BOROS six months' salary for his departure

Jordanian esports athlete Mohammad "⁠BOROS" Malhas is rumored to have parted ways with Falcons. Insider Vlad "harumi" Radvilovich reported this via his Telegram channel.

According to Radvilovich, the Saudi club paid Malhas six monthly salaries "so that he would join another team". The insider explained that a long-term contract was signed with the player, according to which the organization had to pay him a salary for his stay on the bench. Falcons has not yet made any official statements on this matter.

Note that since February of this year, BOROS has been on Falcons' bench; before that he competed for Monte and Endpoint. Throughout his career as a Counter-Strike pro player, he has earned $84,000 in prize money.

Earlier, information surfaced on the web that the 20-year-old Jordanian would become the last member of Into the Breach's new Counter-Strike 2 roster. The British club's comment on this matter can be found in our article.