Sources: eUnited in discussions with SicK about Joining CS:GO Roster

SicK is in discussions with eUnited's CS:GO team, according to sources
SicK is in discussions with eUnited's CS:GO team, according to sources / Photo courtesy of Complexity

North American Counter-Strike: Global Offensive organization eUnited is in discussions with rifler Hunter "SicK" Mims, according to sources close to both parties. SicK has already practiced as a fifth member of the lineup, but it is unclear at this time if the two parties will come to an official agreement. 

Having been released from Complexity in October, SicK has spent his time as a free agent playing on a few different rosters in North America. He was a stand-in with Gen.G prior to its acquisition of Hansel "BnTeT" Ferdinand. Then, he played with the North American Singularity roster for a few days prior to the organization releasing the lineup.

SicK is most known for his time as a player underneath the leadership Sean "seangares" Gares with Misfits alongside Russel "Twistzz" Van Dulken. The lineup's best result was a semifinal finish at the Season 6 ESL Pro League Finals. Since Misfits, Sick played for Rogue before joining Complexity.

eUnited has only four players on its roster after the departure of Kaleb "moose" Jayne to Team Envy last week. Its most recent international result was a 7-8th place finish in Season 10 of ESL Pro League, just missing out on qualifying for the Finals. Despite this finish, it is unlikely they will retain their ESL Pro League spot, with recent news surfacing that the number of ESL Pro League teams will be cut in half from 48 to 24. Instead, it is expected that they will compete in Season 33 of ESEA Premier and attempt to re-qualify for Season 12 of ESL Pro League.