Fragsters are on the lookout for a new organization

Oct 26 2018 2 min read
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After a great journey in the last six months, where the Danish squad reached Top 30 worldwide for the first time, Fragsters players are now on a lookout for a new home. According to the press release from the Fragsters website, the organization has not been able to reach a new agreement with the talented players, whose contracts expire at the end of the year and have to quit the cooperation immediately. (Danish eSport portal) reported that the players were looking elsewhere, because the organization could not offer them full-time pay like originally planned.

Danish players most notably showed their potential while they reached 3rd-4th places at DreamHack Open events in Valencia and Austin and, more recently, a 5-8th finish at StarSeries Season 6. The team is currently sitting at #25 on the worldwide ranking, the Danish boasts signification firepower in brothers Martin “stavn” Lund and Jacob “dragonfly” Lund as well as in the promising talent Ismail “refrezh” Ali, the latter managing a notable 1.14 K/D rating in Kiev two weeks ago.

The ex Fragsters line-up looked as follows:

Denmark Martin "stavn" Lund

Denmark Jacob "dragonfly" Lund

Denmark Nicolai "torben" Amorim

Denmark Lucas "Bubski" Andersen

Denmark Ismail "refrezh" Ali

Denmark Thomas "Lifedance" Lund (coach)


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