Jordanian player Issa "ISSAA" Murad is making the move to VALORANT and will join the YaLLa roster, having been unable to settle in CS:GO with Eternal Fire.
ISSAA will continue his career in VALORANT, following his transfer to the YaLLa roster, returning to a team based in the Middle East and looking to put his region on the map in yet another game.
ISSAA rose to fame with the HellRaisers team, led by the storied IGL Kirill "ANGE1" Karasiow, with the team managing to qualify for the Playoffs at FACEIT Major London 2018 and secure Legends status.
ISSAA was the team's star, averaging a 1.10 rating throughout his time with the roster, however, HellRaisers were not able to replicate that success, with ISSAA leaving the team in the summer of 2019.
After departing HellRaisers he made the step up to OG, where he teamed up with the likes of Nathan "NBK-" Schmitt and Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen. He competed with the roster for almost two years, before being replaced alongside NBK-.
His last project in CS:GO was the Eternal Fire team, where he joined a Turkish-speaking roster with the hopes of assimilating into their system.
According to the organization, ISSAA "could not adapt to Turkey and decided to return to his own country", this eventually led to his departure from the team and ultimately his switch to VALORANT.