Isak "cype" Rydman's team has decided to split up with the LGB eSports organization, the team have announced via Facebook.
The organization's short history goes back to October 2013, when it was created alongside its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squad, which has since climbed the ranking to being one of the best teams in the world.
During those seven months the team was able to give NiP a run for their money twice in a row at Dreamhack Winter and Svecup Grand Finals and only a few months later ended up being 3rd-4th at the second major, EMS One Katowice.
They weren't capable of passing Virtus.pro once again at Copenhagen Games, which got them another 5th-8th placing.
LGB's inability to take part in more events due to insufficient support was more than obvious though, which seems to be the reason for the team to part ways with LGB to search for better conditions in another organization.
"The team and I have decided to part ways with LGB eSports. We have had a few great months but for us to keep evolve and become even better we are now looking for other options." Rydman told xtrfy.com.
"We want to thank all our fans for the support aswell as Xtrfy, who have been the people behind LGB eSports for the time being, both of which have been a big part of what we are today."
LGB had the following roster:
Isak "cype" Rydman
Dennis "dennis" Edman
Simon "twist" Eliasson
Freddy "KRiMZ" Johansson
Olof "olofm" Kajbjer
The team is now sitting at fourth place in ESEA Invite Season 16 with twenty-four points from sixteen matches, which means they have a chance to advance to the global finals, depending on how the rest of the matches end up.