Renegades has revealed that Yaman "yam" Ergenekon will be stepping down from the team.
Following the news of their former AWPer Ricardo "Rickeh" Mulholland joining CLG two weeks ago, who was replaced by Swedish player Simon "atter" Atterstam since DreamHack Masters Las Vegas in mid-February, the team from down under has announced another unexpected change today.
After being a part of the roster since April 2015 in the latter days of Vox Eminor, Yaman "yam" Ergenekon has decided to step down from the active lineup due to personal circumstances and therefore will return home to Australia.
yam returns home due to confidential reasons
According to the players, the Australian core has also informed us they will use former compLexity member, Michael "Uber" Stapells to stand in for the next few games in ESL Pro League, with the team currently sitting in the 10th position. In addition, the Aussies are on the lookout for two new permanent players.
Renegades is now left with the following roster:
.@Yaman is stepping down from the CS:GO team to return to Australia for personal reasons and team management supports him during this time.— Renegades (@Renegades) March 23, 2017