Dignitas drop male CS:GO team
Dignitas have parted ways with their men's CS:GO roster, the North American organisation have announced.
The announcement ends a six-month association with the former SoaR line-up and comes with little surprise after the team was relegated from the ESL Pro League, with a 2-20 record.
Last month, the team had been depleted to a three-man active roster after benching Ronnie "ryx" Bylicki and Michael "Grim" Wince, with Tyson "TenZ" Ngo and Anthony "gMd" Guimond among the players who were considered to fill the vacant spots.
On Twitter, Dignitas stated that they will keep "an active eye on the CS:GO community", with the organisation set to "adopt a new strategy going forward."
The ex-Dignitas roster competing in ESEA MDL Season 29 will reportedly look as follows:
We have parted ways with our Men's CS:GO team. We thank them for their time and wish them the best of luck in this season's Mountain Dew League.— Dignitas (@dignitas) August 29, 2018
We'll be keeping an active eye on the CS:GO community as we look to adopt a new strategy going forward.