Publiclir lose team
Publiclir.se and their CS:GO team have parted ways, Daniel "DomiNate" Garcia has told HLTV.org.
The announcement comes just weeks after the team raised eyebrows at Copenhagen Games, their first official event since picking up Max "maxie" Lönnström as a replacement for Jonas "Lekr0" Olofsson.
At the Danish event, Publiclir took third-fourth following a great run that saw them beat the likes of ENCE and Copenhagen Wolves before being defeated by HellRaisers in the semi-finals.
Swedish team seek a new organisation
Daniel "DomiNate" Garcia insisted that the team have parted ways with Publiclir.se on good terms and added that they are looking to take the next step in their careers in a new organisation.
"We have decided to part ways with Publiclir because we feel that we have reached a ceiling that we cannot break through," he told HLTV.org.
"We want to go one step further. We love Publiclir for the experience and the opportunities they provided us with, we would not be where we are without them.
"The decision was clear, we had to leave in order to advance. We already have some interesting offers, but we will take a week or two before deciding anything. We are open to all offers, of course, and we can be reached at email@example.com."
The Swedish/Estonian team will have their next offline event in just two months' time as they will be attending the ESPORTSM Finals, which will be held in Jönköping as part of DreamHack Summer. Their roster consists of: