MVP Project disband
MVP has announced the disbandment of Hyun-Pyo "XigN" Lee's squad, MVP Project, and the addition of Ronald "Rambo" Kim to MVP PK as coach.
Back in November 2015, MVP revealed the signing of a Korean roster surrounding the likes of Hyun-Pyo "XigN" Lee and Hae-Sung "HSK" Kim. Since then, the team has been going through some player changes and, according to the official statement, they "couldn't align [the team's chemistry] the way it needed to be".
Among other achievements, MVP Project managed to grab a third place in the IeSF World Championship 2016 and to qualify for the SL i-League StarSeries Season 3 Finals after placing 1-2nd in the Chinese qualifier. Last October, the former Team 3D player Ronald "Rambo" Kim joined the team as a coach, but will now be coaching the other MVP squad, MVP PK, as revealed in the official statement:
"Today our organization will miss familiar faces as we are saddened to announce the disbanding of one of our CS:GO teams, MVP Project. Due to several roster changes in the past 8 months, the team's chemistry couldn't align the way it needed to be. We are very proud of Project's accomplishments as having reached top 25 in the world and contending as a top team in Asia, and wish the players the very best in their future. As for the future of MVP CS:GO, we will now focus our efforts on our other team, MVP PK by transitioning Project's coach, Rambo."
With this, the following players are now without a team:
With the transition of the former MVP Project coach to MVP PK, here is how the latter's roster currently looks:
Ronald "Rambo" Kim (coach)