The 20-year-old Dane was ruled out of DreamHack Open Atlanta, stating that the stress of professional Counter-Strike took his toll on him, which recently caused him to have panic attacks. Thus, he announced that he was taking a break from the game.
Following the team's last place finish at DreamHack Open Atlanta where Kevin "HS" Tarn played as a stand-in, Bubski revealed that he is leaving the team on a permanent basis as "there were some team issues that never would have worked in the long run".
Bubski joined Fragsters in September, 2017 on trial but couldn't secure a permanent place as the organization asserted that "social chemistry" in the team was off. The rifler was brought back into the squad at the start of 2018 and has since played a role in his team's 3-4th finishes at DreamHack Open events in Valencia and Austin.
The roster turmoil in Fragsters comes at an inconvenient time with the European Minor Closed Qualifier kicking off in less than a month and the squad looking for a new organization to represent in 2019.
Fragsters now have the following roster:
Thomas "Lifedance" Lund (coach)
After abit of thinking and reflecting i've come to the conclusion to leave the Fragsters team. I've got some personal things to work on first, and there was some team issues that never would've worked in the long run either. I will take some time off and find new team in 2019 😀— Lucas Andersen 🐒 (@BubskiCSGO) November 20, 2018