CSGO.one's players have announced that they have parted ways with the skin jackpot website after being asked to fix some online matches.
CSGO.one ventured into competitive Counter-Strike in November by taking the team known as Orgless, a mixture of Hungarian and Danish players, under its wings.
After finishing in third place at the ESL South East Europe Championship Season 2, CSGO.one recruited André "BARBARR" Möller, and since then their results have been improving, with the team qualifying for the European Minor Championship and finishing top four in the first qualifier for IEM Katowice.
BARBARR & co leave CSGO.one
But the partnership with CSGO.one has come to an abrupt end, after the players were allegedly asked by the owners of the skin jackpot website to fix matches in Operation: Kinguin #2, a $20,000 online tournament.
"We are from today called Team Orgless after being proposed by CSGO.one to throw our upcoming games in Operation Kinguin," team member André "BARBARR" Möller told HLTV.org.
"We want to make it clear that we are never going to accept such behavior.
"We are now seeking support for our upcoming tournaments, such as the European Minor and Assembly Winter. All inquiries can be sent to A@estro.se."
The news is likely to reignite the discussion about the increased involvement of skin gambling websites, which more often than not are unregulated, in top-flight Counter-Strike.
Orgless, who have been drawn into Group B for the European Minor, alongside Lemondogs, HellRaiser and DenDD, have the following roster:
Attila "boco" Árvai (coach)