The Japanese organisation SCARZ revealed that they parted ways with their CS:GO squad.
According to Tomoaki "crow" Maruoka's Twitter post, his team is looking for "organisations or sponsorship companies" interested in acquiring the services of the ex-SCARZ Absolute lineup, as they intend to keep pursuing their goals "as an Asia Champion".
The Japanese players had been a part of the club since February 2017, when the organisation signed a deal with the team formerly known as Absolute.
Between October and November, the team failed to impress at competitions such as the eXTREMESLAND Asia Finals and the IESF World Championship, but the Japanese squad raised eyebrows for the first time in July, when they reached the lower bracket final of the FACEIT Major Asia Minor, eventually losing 2-1 to Renegades.
On November 15, the former SCARZ Absolute team will duke it out in the East Asia Closed Qualifier for a spot at the IEM Katowice Asia Minor, which will be held in late January.
Below you can find the roster that is currently looking for an organisation to represent:
We have decided to leave SCARZ on 11/13.— crow (@no960cs) November 13, 2018
To pursue our goals as an Asia Champion, we are looking for organizations or sponsorship companies who would be interested in our team play in CS:GO with our current members.