CSGO: Oskar Announces Free Agency, Open to Offers

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CSGO: Oskar Announces Free Agency, Open to Offers

Former Mousesports star Tomáš “oskar” Šťastný has announced his move into free agency. In a tweet, the Czech sniper revealed that his contract with HellRaisers has ended and that he still looks forward to playing at the highest level. Throughout his career, Šťastný has been considered one of the best AWPers in the world.

Tomáš “oskar” Šťastný left mousesports in early 2019 after their failure to qualify for the IEM Katowice Major. He spent nearly three years with the organization, having first joined the squad in August of 2016. During his time on the mousesports roster, Šťastný aided in their victories at ESG Tour Mykonos, StarSeries Season 4, the V4 Future Sports Festival, and ESL One New York 2018. He was named a top 20 player in the world in both 2017 and 2018. In March of this year, HellRaisers announced Šťastný’s return to the CIS organization.

The Czech AWPer had previously played under the HellRaisers banner from 2015 to 2016. His second tenure on HellRaisers was rather fruitless, as their best results were a 9-12th place exit from the ESL Pro League Season 9 Finals and a Grand Final loss to Avangar at the WePlay! Forge of Masters Season 1 Finals. After their failure to qualify for the StarLadder Berlin Major’s New Legends Stage, the roster disbanded. Šťastný has been without a team since.

The star AWPer has now announced that his contract with HellRaisers has come to an end, leaving him in free agency. He states that he is still looking to play at the highest level and that he “still [has] something to offer.” In the following tweet, he states that he is open to staying in Europe and playing for a European team.

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Caroline is an esports journalist focusing on CS:GO. Starting out as a casual CS:GO fan, her interest quickly turned into a passion as she spent years studying the game. She has put that knowledge to use as a journalist, now writing about professional CS:GO for multiple websites including TheGamer.