Just four months after he signed for the British esports organisation, Frederik “Fessor” Sørensen has parted ways with Endpoint through a mutual agreement. The Danish player was by no means a weak link on the team as he averaged a 1.08 HLTV rating across 96 maps with a 1.15 impact rating, however, UKCSGO understands that the fit was not right due to role clashes.
Endpoint had just lost their Israeli star, Guy “NertZ” Iluz, when Fessor signed and some pundits saw the move as a rushed decision. Whilst the signing didn’t work out for the team, the 22-year-old showed flashes of brilliance under the Endpoint colours, including his time boot camping with the squad, and will unlikely struggle to find a new home.
Fessor is now free to explore his options whilst Endpoint trial new players. In recent days Endpoint have been seen playing with Tal “meztal” Hahiashvili and Aleksandar “CacaNito” Kjulukoski, and have used Fraser “Fazehh” Sollom in ESL Premiership Spring 2023.
UKCSGO received an official comment from Endpoint’s COO, Peter “Pete” Thompson, who said:
Unfortunately our time with Fessor was short, but he has been a great ambassador for the brand and we wish him the best of luck in the future. We will be spending some time trialling new players to make sure we get the right candidate for the future to get Endpoint CS back on top!
Whilst trialling new players Endpoint are now:
Max “MiGHTYMAX” Heath
Kia “Surreal” Man
Nikita “HeavyGod” Martynenko
Miłosz “mhL” Knasiak
Allan “Rejin” Petersen (Coach)