3sUP part ways with CS:GO team
3sUP and their CS:GO team around Jason "jasonR" Ruchelski have parted ways, the team's coach Garett "Grt" Bambrough confirmed to HLTV.org.
The last few months saw 3sUP experimenting with the stable five, as they have changed the roster a couple of times.
They first added Mohamad "mOE" Assad to the roster alongside Andrew "Professor_Chaos" Heintz, before the former was moved to substitute following the addition of Owen "wabbit" Farrelly from FollowEsports (now renamed to SPLYCE).
jasonR's Dogmen are looking for a new home
Yesterday the team was seen playing under a different name, Dogmen, which all but confirmed them not being with the organization anymore.
Under that tag, the team surprised many by taking down Liquid, who fielded Aleksi "allu" Jalli as a tryout, in a convincing fashion in the quarter-finals of ELEAGUE's Road To Las Vegas North American bracket.
"We'd like to take this opportunity to thank 3sUP Enterprises for the time and effort put into our CS:GO team. Unfortunately the best option for both the team and the organization was to part ways. Good luck to them and we thank them for the support over our time together." Garett "Grt" Bambrough told HLTV.org.
"In the meantime we will be playing under the team name DOGMEN. We are also now looking for a new home and any inquiries can contact us through https://twitter.com/GrtCS and https://twitter.com/jasonRCSGO."
The lineup currently known as Dogmen is following:
Garett "Grt" Bambrough (coach)
After yesterday's upset, Dogmen are looking to make it further in the bracket of Road To Las Vegas. Their semi-final match with Conquest is scheduled for 04:00 later today.