Epsilon remove berg
Epsilon have announced via their official website that they have parted company with André "berg" Kjellberg.
The Swedish team had been linked with roster changes in recent days after playing with Simon "twist" Eliasson as a stand-in in the RaidCall EMS One #4 Cup, in which they were eliminated in the second round following a 16-11 defeat to Copenhagen Wolves.
It has now been confirmed that Kjellberg has been cut from Epsilon as the other players feel he was not motivated enough to play for the team.
berg removed from Epsilon
The former Lemondogs captain had been part of Epsilon since March, and he helped the team to a 9th-12th place finish at Copenhagen Games.
"Today i bring sad news as we are releasing a good player and a good friend from our roster," Jonathan "devilwalk" Lundberg said. "Ever since CPH Games and NLAN we have been having mixed result’s which we are not happy with.
"After trying and trying to fix problems with our play, new problems arised one of them being berg’s lack of motivation so we had a talk within the team and came to the conclusion this change was needed for reaching our goals within CSGO.
"I want to point out that there’s no bad blood between either players at this point and we end this journey with berg as friends.
"We will try to find a standin for Dreamhack as its pretty urgent, and for us a very important tournament and then after Dreamhack we are going to sit down and talk and decide who is the perfect permanent replace."
Epsilon currently have the following lineup:
Jesper "jw" Wecksell
Robin "flusha" Rönnquist
Andreas "schneider" Lindberg
Jonathan "devilwalk" Lundberg