May 11 2016 - 2:10 am

Lounge Gaming Parts Ways With CS:GO Team

As of today, Lounge Gaming and their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team have decided to part ways.
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As of today, Lounge Gaming and their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team have decided to part ways.


One of the players from the team, Pawel “innocent” Mocek made an announcement via Twitter, saying that he and the rest of the roster would be parting ways with Lounge Gaming and have already started looking for a new organization. In his tweet he states, “CSGL cannot support CS team anymore.”

https://twitter.com/csglinnocent/status/729675704342843392

 

The team has had much success under Lounge Gaming - they took second place at the ELEAGUE Road to Vegas back in January and placed in the top four in the Dreamhack Tours Qualifiers in April.

Fans will get to see the team play under Lounge Gaming one last time before leaving, however, in the upcoming European Minor Championship at DreamHack Tours in France - this is where the team will hope to make it to the offline qualifier for the ESL One Cologne Major.

ESL One Cologne is set to become one of the largest CS:GO tournaments ever and will be held in one of the largest venues in Europe, Lanxess Arena. The event begins July 8th.

https://twitter.com/csglinnocent/status/729675822173392896

 

 

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