Mobility seek new orga for ESWC
Mobility-Gaming's team are looking for an organisation to be able to attend the ESWC finals in Paris.
The Canadian team made headlines when they earned a spot at the ESWC finals after finishing runners-up to iBUYPOWER at the North American qualifier, which was held last month at Théâtre Telus, in Montreal.
Recently, HLTV.org reported that Mobility Gaming's team had turned to crowdfunding in a bid to raise the $8,000 USD required to attend the event in France, from October 29th to November 2nd.
Mobility Gaming's team seek new organisation
However, the team were able to raise little over 1/8 of that figure, which has forced the players to look for a new organisation that is financially stronger in order to be able to compete overseas.
"After a year of playing under Mobility Gaming, our roster has decided that we will be parting ways with this organization," team member Peter "stanislaw" Stanislaw told HLTV.org.
"We are actively seeking a new organization who wishes to be represented by an upcoming team in the international counter-strike scene.
"A clause in our contracts will allow us to discuss potential sponsorships with other organizations, but we will remain under the name Mobility Gaming until an official agreement has been reached with another party.
"We’d like to thank everyone from Mobility Gaming, especially Sober, who has been incredibly supportive of us over the past year. However, in order to progress as a roster, we feel that we need an organization that can support our goal of attending international events on a regular basis.
"In October, we will be participating in the ESWC Finals in Paris and we will do our best to make a name for ourselves."
The Canadian team, who currently sit second in ESEA Premier on a 7-1 record, can be contacted by interested organisations by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mobility Gaming's lineup is the following:
Jake "SIDOF" Currie
Peter "stanislaw" Stanislaw
David "Davey" Stafford
Matt "stryder" Brown
Addison "zecK" Gorzeck