Splyce have just informed that they have released both David “DAVEY” Stafford and Enkhtaivan “Machinegun” Lkhagva from their roster.
After failing to make it through several qualifiers such as the ELEAGUE Season 2 qualifier or the Americas Minor qualifier, Splyce has parted ways with two of its players.
While it had been rumoured that David "DAVEY" Stafford already had a foot out of the door after not playing The Americas Minor qualifier with the team, Splyce have now officialy confirmed that the Canadian player will be free to court teams in hopes of finding a new home.
DAVEY free to find a new team
Meanwhile, Enkhtaivan "Machinegun" Lkhagva has also been released from the team due to the language barrier being too big of a challenge for the team to overcome, and where he will land next is yet to be seen.
The team's statement:
DAVEY was an integral part of the growth of CS:GO at Splyce. His expertise, hard work and dedication were part of what brought us to the MLG Columbus Major and will continue to serve him on whichever future team he joins.
Machinegun is an incredibly hard worker and an amazing player, but the language barriers were too great a challenge amidst the other difficulties of building a brand new team. He has the potential to be a top talent in the CS:GO scene with the right home.
We thank both players for their time and wish them the best in all their future endeavors.
With these news, the Splyce roster is as follows: