H2K player Konstantinos "Forg1ven" Tzortziou posted on Facebook yesterday revealing that his contract with H2K is expired and that he is now a free agent.
The post reads as follows: "As of some days ago, my contract with H2K has expired. So, this means that I am free to negotiate my luck into any team/organisation that would like to explore the possibility of me joining me them for the 2017 Spring Split."
He also said that he would like to compete in any regions, although "at least 2 out of 4 players must be able to communicate/speak English with a proper coaching infrastructure that has competitive experience. Preferably LCS, Challenger League possible but less of a priority."
Europe, however, is not his preference it seems. "I would prefer to not stay in Europe since its a very stagnant region from many aspects except if random offer comes in which I can't foresee at the moment. So, I just want to explore a new region, which means a new refreshing challenge."
He also expressed gratitude to H2K. "I am thankful to H2K for giving me the opportunity to compete in my first World Championship and my door will always be open for them. In case they keep a strong roster for Season 7 and I have an offer from them, everything is possible."
Just like Freeze, who also seems to be parting ways with H2K, Forg1ven's time with the team wasn't smooth either, being drafted into the Greek military, deferring that service and then leaving H2K anyway to go to Origen before returning to H2K for the summer split. Do you think his next venture may be a little less turbulent?
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