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Profiled AWPer part ways with 9z

Going forward the Argentinians will have to without one of their strongest weapons this year.

Luca “Luken” Nadotti has entered free agency with the Argentinian international leaving 9z after a five-month tenure with the team. The 25-year-old is set to find a new CS:GO home while he explains, in a Twitlonger, that the exit is a mutual agreement between him and 9z.

Well, first of all I want to thank all the internal part of 9z who received me in the best way and helped me in everything, I really enjoyed these 3 months playing here and it was a nice experience, I never imagined qualifying for a major after being almost 2 years inactive, Luken wrote and continued:

It is important that you know that it was a mutual agreement not to continue playing in 9z, I am very grateful to the guys on the team, they are all great people, great teammates and good players and I wish them the best in everything they personally propose, the I want so much.

In his statement, Luken explains that he’s very open in regards of his next CS:GO project. Due to his versatility, Luken is open to play both IGL, lurker and AWPer but also in any region of the world.

The former Sharks players were an instrumental part of 9z in their impressive qualification to the PGL Major in Antwerp earlier this month. Here Luken and 9z showed great character by taking down Evil Geniuses, 00Nation and paiN to book a spot at the Belgium Major championship. Despite the great run in the RMR event, the South Americans didn't manage to win a match at the Major after going up against much stronger opponents.

Luken and 9z celebrating at the Americas RMR last month

9z | Active roster

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Maximiliano "⁠max⁠" Gonzalez

Martin "⁠rox⁠" Molina

David "⁠dav1d⁠" Tapia Maldonado

Rafael "zakk" Fernandes (coach)

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