Splyce are set to drop their CS:GO roster and pull out of the game, according to a report from Dust2.us.
Since the organisation was rebranded in December 2015, Splyce have struggled to find consistency, with their most notable offline appearance coming at the MLG Columbus Major, for which they qualified after replacing TheMongolz at the offline qualifier.
Online, Splyce have not fared much better, and they currently face the prospect of relegation from the ESL Pro League, in which they sit next to last, with only two games left to play.
Splyce will become the third household name in North American esports to pull out of Counter-Strike in recent months, following CLG and Misfits.
According to another report from Dust2.us, former CLG member Ricardo "Rickeh" Mulholland will finish out the season with Splyce as a replacement for Zack "XotiC" Elshani, who is unable to get a passport in time for the ESL Pro League relegation stage, which will be held in Leicester from May 9-10. On Twitter, the Australian stressed that he is merely a stand-in for the team, confirming that he remains a free agent.
Splyce's current roster looks as follows:
Zack "XotiC" Elshani (inactive)
Zachary "Eley" Stauffer (coach)
It is unclear at this time whether the contracts will be negotiated or the players will simply be released, although an announcement is expected on the horizon.