Bradley "ANDROID" Fodor has announced this Wednesday, February 26, that he is no longer tied with Envy's CS:GO team and is actively searching for a new team.
The 25-year-old Canadian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro has officially parted ways with Team Envy this Wednesday, after spending almost a year with the North American organisation. He announced his departure on his official Twitter account.
ANDROID spent last two months as an inactive member of the team. He alongside Jacob "FugLy" Medina were removed from the active roster at the start of January when the team made a handful of changes to the roster, including the arrival of a new coach in Nikola "LEGIJA" Ninić as well as Kaleb "moose" Jayne, Buğra "Calyx" Arkın, and Michał "MICHU" Müller, who teamed up with Ryan "ryann" Welsh and In-game-leader Noah "Nifty" Francis.
ANDROID started his CS:GO career back in July 2015, when he joined ACE Gaming. He later played for out of nowhere, Denial eSports, Ze Pug Godz and in May 2015 teamed up with compLexity Gaming, where he spent most of his career as a professional esports athlete.
While at compLexity, ANDROID achieved a fair amount of success, which included fifth-eighth place finish at FACEIT Major: London 2018, and top-four finishes at cs_summit 3 and DreamHack Open Atlanta 2018. In December 2019, however, ANDROID found himself benched from compLexity in favour of Ricky "Rickeh" Mulholland.
After spending the next four months as an inactive member, ANDROID found a new home at Team Envy, a team he joined in March 2019, alongside FugLy and Sam "s0m" Oh, with all three players no longer under Envy's banner. FugLy has been benched from the roster two weeks after ANDROID, on January 15, while s0m left the roster at the start of December to join up with Gen.G, who have just recently won the DreamHack Open Anaheim.
Since finding himself on the sidelines of Envy, ANDROID played for Call it Luck and Just For Fun stacks at NCS Grand Finals 2019 @ Fragadelphia 14 and DreamHack Open Anaheim 2020: North American Open Qualifier respectively. At the start of February revived his old mix-team Ze Pug Godz with Spencer "Hiko" Martin and took part at Americas Minor Championship - Rio 2020: North American Open Qualifier #1 and FLASHPOINT Season 1: North American Open Qualifier #1, but without much success, yet managed to pocket a top finish at FLASHPOINT Season 1: North American Open Qualifier #3.
In the closed qualifiers for the inaugural season of FLASHPOINT, ANDROID and his squad failed to deliver after suffering two losses to Asuna's Anime Aimers and Recon 5, who eliminated them from the event. Nonetheless, the team still managed to secure a berth to the closed qualifiers for the American Minor NA qualifier, set to begin on Saturday, March 7.
During his tenure on Envy, ANDROID failed to see much success and averaged a rather poor 0.89 LAN ration over 23 maps, while participating in four events. During his qualifiers bids with Ze Pug Godz, however, ANDROID averaged an impressive 1.31 rating.
It’s still unclear where ANDROID will continue his career, but for the time being, he will continue fighting under Ze Pug Godz’s banner alongside Noah “ULTRA” Giesbrecht, Tayler "Drone" Johnson, veteran Hiko, and his former teammate from Denial Esports Christopher "cJ" Jones.
Written by KrajnikT
Tit Krajnik (KrajnikT) is an esports writer for onlineesports.com, where he reports news, features and writes other content related to the players, teams, industry and the esports scene as a whole.
He has previously worked as a news and betting-related articles writer in the "traditional" sports scene but later opted to turn his attention to esports, where he managed to combine his love for video games and the growing esports industry with his work.
Krajnik has started his journey as an esports writer by covering Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends, which he also played since its launch, but later broaden his skill-set to include other major esports titles including Dota 2, Fortnite, Apex Legends, Overwatch, Rainbow 6 Siege and Call of Duty.