28-year-old Yaman “yam” Ergenekon disappeared from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive world championships in March after leaving his former Australian team Renegades for personal reasons.
He then returned to his native Australia to take a long break from the world of tournaments after having spent a good time with Renegades as an AWP professional and also as captain of the squad in his final days after leaving Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill. The team then showed good performance in many tournaments such as DreamHack ZOWIE Open Winter 2016 and others.
yam vacation is almost five months away but it is good that he finally decided to return, as was officially confirmed by his official Twitter account.
Adding that he wants to play high performance again and is waiting for offers from different organizations and teams, and certainly we will hear in the near future about the news of the player’s transition and uncertain future at the moment.
As for Renegades, he has been absent recently from major tournaments and does not seem to have been successful in the current half of this year, and perhaps the coming months will be more fair with the start of more tournaments, but tried last April to regain his presence in the competition with a new lineup and then In June of a triumphant exit in Asia Minor Championship for the major championship Valve Major.
Looking to play CS at the top level again! Please DM/Email offers. Thanks
— yam (@Yaman) August 4, 2017