FNS left eUnited

Jan 30 2019 2 min read
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Pujan “FNS” Mehta is a Canadian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player. He published the news yesterday in his Instagram and Twitter accounts, that he was leaving the eUnited team because he was bored of playing with this team.

“The game just became less and less fun to play throughout my time on this team. That's not any one person's fault. Just a collective result of bad performances from us as well as not making the major which hurt a lot.”

FNS’ relations with the team have been short-lived: he has been the eUnited player for the past three months. Now Pujan plans to play only with those whom he knows well. Recall that the loss, which FNS mentions in his post, is the recent defeat of the team on the American minor. eUnited failed to leave the group after losing the Furia and Team One teams.

FNS also thanked the team and wished it good luck in future games.

The Pujan’s followers in the Twitter comments expressed the opinion that the player would not be left without a team for a long time, and tarik from MIBR team kindly offered to join his team.

The roaster of the eUnited team is as follows:

  • Kaleb «moose» Jayne

  • Michael «dapr» Gulino

  • Will «dazzLe» Loafman

  • Austin «Cooper-» Abadir


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