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The Australian team ORDER has parted ways with one of its founding players Jordan “Hatz” Bajic just a week into the new year. Hatz had been playing for the Australian side since its inception back in January 2018, as his journey comes to an end two years later.
Hatz is an Australian Counter-Strike veteran who has been playing the game since 2016. He has played for various famous local teams like Trident Esports, Legacy eSports, Avant Garde, etc.
In his time with ORDER, Hatz helped the team qualify and play at IEM Katowice 2018, IEM Sydney 2018, ESEA Season 27 Global Challenge, ZOTAC Cup Masters 2018, ESL Pro League Season 8 - Finals, and ESEA Season 32 Global Challenge.
His departure also ends a 916 days competitive tenure with his teammate Chris “emagine” Rowlands, this is the longest standing player-pair in Oceania.
ORDER still hasn’t announced a replacement for Hatz. So, for now, the team is operating with just four players in its active roster which looks like this,
- Chris “emagine” Rowlands
- Alistair “aliStair” Johnston
- Matthew “Valiance” Hartrick
- Karlo “USTILO” Pivac