Azad "topguN" Orami parted ways with Vox Eminor due to not being able to commit the required hours to the team anymore.
Azad "topguN" Orami has been a part of the team ever since the very beginning of Vox Eminor's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad for over two and a half years.
Today he is leaving Vox Eminor, as his life "has taken a different direction to that of the team", and he is no longer able to put in hours and travel abroad with the team.
|topguN steps down from Vox Eminor due to other commitments|
His replacement hasn't been announced yet, but according to Vox Eminor's manager, Chris "GoMeZ" Orfanellis, the news will come out shortly:
"Today is a sad day for Vox Eminor as we make just our second lineup change in the history of our CS:GO team, which dates back to the launch of the game in 2012. Azad "topguN" Orami will be stepping down from the active roster and a replacement will be named shortly." Orfanellis said in a statement.
"In the past 6 months topguN's life has taken a different direction to that of the team and can no longer commit to the required hours we need of him and the travel/bootcamps that come associated with our success.
Vox Eminor would like to thank Azad for his everlasting dedication to the team and Australian Esports and wish him the best of luck in the future."
This change came out shortly after the team returned from ESL One Katowice, where Vox Eminor lost to both fnatic and Natus Vincere, defeating FlipSid3 in between.
Vox Eminor's four now is:
Josh "deathdoG" Edwards, member of Vox Eminor's BF4 squad, was standing in for Orami in today's FACEIT League 5-16 loss against The Chiefs and is not expected to be a permanent replacement.