CSGL to release roster
Lounge Gaming and their CS:GO team have agreed to go their separate ways, team captain Paweł "innocent" Mocek has told HLTV.org.
The Polish team have been part of CSGOLounge's esports section since September, and during their time with the organisation they have attended a number of international events, including ELEAGUE Road to Vegas and DreamHack Masters Malmö.
Before leaving CSGL, the players will be attending one final event under the organisation's banner, the upcoming European Minor Championship at DreamHack Tours, where they will be looking to secure a spot at the offline qualifier for the ESL One Cologne Major.
Polish team seek new home
In a statement, Paweł "innocent" Mocek expressed his sadness at leaving CSGL and stressed that the decision was not related to the team's recent results.
"We would like to thank CSGL for the amazing support throughout our journey under their flag," Mocek told HLTV.org.
"We are extremely sad that we are forced to end this cooperation, but things went as they did and neither can do anything about it.
"We will be playing under CSGL one last time at the DreamHack Tours Minor next weekend, and I am inviting all organisations interested in us to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Hopefully, we will find someone to fill these huge shoes after CSGL's magnificent work."
CSGL, who are currently competing in the second group stage of Uprise Champions Cup Season 4, have the following roster:
Mariusz "Loord" Cybulski (coach)