Curse get dropped; join Denial
Curse organization has let go of the American Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team, who have then gone on to become Denial eSports, leaving Cultivation without a sponsor.
After a lengthy run of disappointing results, which include 17-24th place at DreamHack Winter, a 9-12th place at DreamHack Summer and two failures to beat the current coL squad at ESEA, the organization has let go off the CS:GO team.
The former Hold mouse one team joined Curse last fall, and wound up going through multiple roster changes, with just Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham remaining from the original roster.
Only Skadoodle remains from hm1
Curse had some promising results along the way as well, such as a 7-8th place finish at Copenhagen Games, close series versus NiP at ESEA Finals and a best-of-three series win versus compLexity, but it wasn't enough for the organization.
Although the now former Curse squad were left without a sponsor, they instantly joined up with Denial eSports, who had previously sponsored Danny "fRoD" Montaner's team, leaving them sponsorless.
Todd "anger" Williams
Eric "adreN" Hoag
Stan "stan^" Sukachov
Keven "AZK" Lariviere
Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham
Next up for Denial eSports is the MSI Beat it! US qualifier's semi-final versus Homeless, set to take place tonight at 03:00 . They also plan to attend DreamHack Winter's $250,000 tournament.
The former cuLtivation team now call themselves United5, which is the name of the team Montaner and teammate Jason "moses" O'Toole shared in 2003 when the duo originally broke out in the scene.
Danny "fRoD" Montaner
Jason "moses" O'Toole
Tyler "Storm" Wood
Matt "Warden" Dickens
David "Xp3" Garrido
Next up for United5, who were knocked out of the US MSI Beat it! qualifier by Homeless, will be ESEA Invite's 15th season, set to kick off sometime in the following weeks.