gla1ve removed from CPH Wolves
Following Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander's Gaming.dk ban and fine, Copenhagen Wolves have decided to cut the Danish in-game leader from the roster.
Earlier this week the Gaming.dk organization released a statement about Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander's behavior during GDK Finals, which he allegedly threatened to boycott after his girlfriend was not let into the venue.
He was handed a half-year ban for all Gaming.dk events, as well as a 1,800 DKK fine, as according to the organizers, gla1ve intentionally stalled the grand final for 45 minutes.
gla1ve was cut from CPH Wolves
Following his actions, Copenhagen Wolves cut the team's in-game leader, as his behavior was "unacceptable and far from the professionalism Copenhagen Wolves expect from their players".
The whole statement from Copenhagen Wolves CEO, Jakob Lund Kristensen, is such:
"Today we sadly have to say goodbye to a great player and probably one of the most interesting Counter-Strike minds in Denmark as Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander has been removed from our Counter-Strike Division with immediate effect.
I have tremendous respect for Lukas as a person but the way he conducted himself in relations to the Gaming.dk Finals was simply unacceptable and far from the professionalism we expect from our players." Kristensen said on the organization's website.
"The recent year has been very tumultous for our Counter-Strike Division and we will now take a step back and audit what future possibilities there may be available for 2015.
In the end I wish to state that Lukas had been a consummate professional during his time with the Copenhagen Wolves leading up to this point and I am personally sure he will bounce back stronger."
Until a replacement is found, Copenhagen Wolves' roster will be following: