The 22-year-old Turkish rifler is open to offers in both North America and Europe, and is looking forward to returning to active play with the objective of reaching higher goals.
Calyx joined the Dallas-based organisation at the start of 2020, but was unable to make much of an impact in what was a very inactive and tumultuous year for the Envy roster, which took part in just seven events.
The team were unable to manage any notable results during their time together, exiting Flashpoint 1 in the group stage, Flashpoint 2 in 7-8th place, and failing to qualify for the North American components of DreamHack Masters Spring and cs_summit 6.
Despite the team’s lacklustre results, Calyx was still a stand-out member for the Envy roster, playing a pivotal part in the few wins they did get as he averaged a 1.15 rating over 74 maps. Prior to joining Envy, he was a crucial part of the success of Space Soldiers alongside Ismailcan “XANTARES” Dörtkardeş.
Calyx follows in the footsteps of Michał “MICHU” Müller, who announced his own release from Envy on Tuesday. This leaves Envy with only three players under contract – Noah “Nifty” Francis, Nikola “LEGIJA” Ninić and Thomas “Thomas” Utting. The team’s coach, Jakub “kuben” Gurczynski, was released from his contract on January 13.