Turkish eSports organization Eternal Fire has announced changes to its CS:GO roster by signing a contract with mini. Recall that the 22-year-old Turkish cybersportsman has spent the last year and a half in the VALORANT discipline.
We are happy to announce mini as a new member of our CS:GO team! Welcome to our family, mini.
mini appeared on the professional stage back in 2015, mostly playing for small local bands. At the same time, the best result in the career of a Turkish player is reaching the quarterfinals of the World Electronic Sports Games 2016 along with Dark Passage.
However, in 2020, the 22-year-old Turkish esportsman moved to VALORANT by joining Sangal Esports. After some time, mini moved to the Digital Athletics roster, with which he made it to the top three at VCT 2021: Turkey Stage 3 Challengers 2 and DeftFox Invitational. However, the player was left out of the main five in the new season, starting to consider a return to CS:GO.
Note that mini has already made its debut for Eternal Fire in the first European open qualifier for the RMR tournament. The 22-year-old replaced xfl0ud on the server, who continues to recover from a shoulder injury.
It's unclear exactly what status mini will continue to play for Eternal Fire, as xfl0ud should return to the roster in the coming weeks. Probably, the Turkish organization is considering the possibility of expanding its membership in order to prevent constant shuffling.
The Eternal Fire roster is currently as follows:
- xfl0ud (inactive).
- bishop (coach).