Epsilon release Swedish team
Epsilon and their Swedish CS:GO roster have parted ways, the Belgian organisation have announced.
The news comes with little surprise following Gfinity's announcement that the third season of the Elite Series league would not feature CS:GO.
Headlined by former fnatic Academy member David "Jayzwalkingz" Kempner, the Swedish roster joined Epsilon's ranks in October and could not achieve the same level of success as the previous team, finishing in second place in Gfinity Elite Series Season 2.
In a statement, Epsilon admitted that "a lack of consistency in results and overall team cohesion" did not allow the team to reach the desirable heights, and wished the players the best of luck in the future.
The Belgian organisation added that they will announce more information about their next moves "in due course". Last week, Owen "smooya" Butterfield announced that he was reuniting with Cosmin-Mihai "cosmeeeN" Butuc in Epsilon's newest team project, but the organisation has yet to confirm this move.
Epsilon's Swedish team officially featured the following players:
Christian "chrille" Lindberg (coach)