Orgless, formerly known as PixelFire, have released Benjamin "tabu" Vangstrup due to his school commitments. Alexander "SKYTTEN" Carlsson will step in to try out for the team in the Dane's stead, the team has told HLTV.org.
Orgless have attended the PGL Minor at the end of January, back then still as PixelFire, and finished in the top four following a narrow loss to E-frag.net in the semi-finals.
The team then lost sponsorship of the organization, but still ended up travelling to Helsinki for Assembly Winter. Viktor "flash" Tamás Bea and company didn't reach the desired results there however, as they lost two straight maps to RCTIC and CPH Wolves to go out in last place.
According to a statement from André "BARBARR" Möller, the team's results in the past few weeks have been affected by Benjamin "tabu" Vangstrup's school commitments, which forced the team to make a lineup change.
In his stead the team will use Alexander "SKYTTEN" Carlsson, who will play for the team on a trial basis for the time being. The Swede was last seen playing for CSGOBESTPOT.com alongside BARBARR at the end of December last year.
"Tabu could not put down the time needed because of school and that reflected as a team in our latest results. It's sad that we have no other choice but to go seperate ways. I have no doubt tabu will turn out to be a star player one day." Möller has told HLTV.org.
"We will be trying out SKYTTEN for the upcoming games. Hopefully we will get back on form!"
Orgless' lineup is thus following: