Forsaken receive help from talent agency in quest to find home

AFK Pros will be trying to keep the players less time AFK searching for an organization.

Forsaken and AFK Pros have announced today that they will be partnering in the search for a suitable organization to sign the roster full-time.

This is AFK Pros' first time working with a Counter-Strike team or with the Valve title at all. This does not mean they have not been hard at work, as the talent agency is supporting many content creators, esports players, and coaches from a variety of other titles.

Forsaken are AFK Pros' entry into the Counter-Strike world, and, together, they hope to finally find an organization to call home, after the foundation of the Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz-led squad back in July. Despite the good results, qualifying for the BLAST Premier Fall Showdown 2023 Rest of the World, and almost qualifying for IEM Sydney and Thunderpick World Championship, the team hasn't been picked up by any organization.

AFK Pros comes in to revert that situation, as the agency's "years of experience in esports representation allows [them] to identify the very best opportunities in the industry and utilise [their] extensive knowledge to pair brands with the right audience."

Some agencies might act as an intermediary but leave you to it. AFK’s Pro team works closely with our players, teams and clients alike, using our creativity to advise on campaign delivery and helping to ensure your innovative campaigns get the massive reach and exceptional ROI they deserve.

It seems the team and AFK have been working with each other for some days, as the squad has finally decided to create a Twitter account, something that had been missing since the team's foundation.

AFK was founded in 2019 and has since been representing some great names from other videogame titles, such as Pujan "FNS" Mehta from VALORANT.

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