fm.TOXiC lose Danes
fm-eSports TOXiC have announced that they have parted company with Danni "smF" Dyg and Søren "socN" Falke.
The news comes just days after the team finished in fourth place at Mad Catz Birmingham, where they caused one of the tournament's biggest upsets when they defeated fnatic in the group stage.
Kevin "kev1n" Hansen, who played for fm.TOXiC as a stand-in at Copenhagen Games and Mad Catz, has also quit the team.
Danni "smF" Dyg and Søren "socN" Falke had linked up with fm.TOXiC in January, following the departures of George "Zed" Bear and Brandon "weber" Weber, and played a crucial role in the team, with Falke securing an impressive 1.18 rating in Birmingham.
socN was on fire in Birmingham
According to Phil "Whindanski" Nicholas, both Danish players want to play with other fellow countrymen, while fm.TOXiC plan on focusing on a pure UK roster.
"Today we are sad to announce that smF and soCN have left the team," Nicholas said. "This is due to the fact we wanted different things: The Danes missed speaking their own language and we missed having a uk roster.
"We both knew it would be a short term deal and we appreciate everything they have done for us during this very busy spring. They have not left in vain or with problems but on good terms and remain high in regard with both Neil and I.
"We will continue on and rebuild a new roster with the summer events in mind and hopefully we shall have something sorted further down the line.
"We would like to wish the danes all the very best with there plans. I'd like say an added thank you also for kev1n. He has stepped in during our hour of need and played great. We would like to thank Razer,Sapphire,Twitch, Multiplay and Yakk for everything."
fm.TOXiC have been left with the following two players:
Neil "nEiLZiNHo" Finlay
Phil "Whindanski" Nicholas