MICHU became a free agent
Former Envy player Michal "MICHU" Muller, who was previously put up for transfer, has finally left the North American organization. The Pole said on Twitter that as a free agent, he is ready to consider various options to continue his career.
From now on I am no longer under the contract with Envy and I am a FREE AGENT! ?— Michał Müller (@MICHUcs_go) February 23, 2021
I'm in great shape individually, ready to find my new home where I'll bring an added value from the first day!
You can send me a DM or email, You’ll find all information in my post below. ⬇️ https://t.co/qt2urHuHOL
MICHU joined Envy in early 2020. Since then, the team's best achievement has been a 5th place finish at the ESL One Road to Rio North American tournament.
Envy has temporarily withdrawn from the professional scene in CS:GO and put all players on transfer on January 11 of this year, allowing them to negotiate with other teams. The organization cited unsuccessful performances as the reasons for this decision.
After the squad was disbanded, MICHU played in the Polish StylDunow mix, with which he tried to qualify for the DreamHack Open January 2021. The team made it to the closed qualifiers stage, where it suffered two defeats from HellRaisers.