After a year spent under the Paris Saint-Germain eSports colours, August ‘Agge‘ Rosenmeier was released from his contract with the club.
With titles wins in Warsaw at the Legia eSports Cup and Sweden for the first leg of the European Ultimate Team at DreamHack Winter, the young Danish prodigy’s spell at PSG eSports began with much promise. Unfortunately, after this bright start Agge failed to find the form and consistency which made him a world champion in 2014.
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Full of drive and determination, Agge will aim to rekindle the skills which made him such a sought after player. “My adventure with Paris was extraordinary! Having the chance to represent the PSG was a dream come true and it is something I will always be proud of. I would like to thank the PSG eSports team for helping me become a better FIFA player”.
It is with a heavy heart that the PSG eSports says goodbye to one of the most recognizable figures, Agge being one of the first players to have signed for the club last November. The imminent relase of FIFA 18 marks the beginning of a new adventure for Paris as well as for August.
Mange tak Agge and thank you for this past year among us. Looking forward to crossing on the field!