The 20-year-old becomes the second player to exit Fragsters in just two weeks, following the departure of Lucas "Bubski" Andersen, who had not been able to attend DreamHack Atlanta due to medical issues.
refrezh joined Fragsters on a permanent basis in February following a three-month trial, helping the team to make playoff appearances at the DreamHack Open events in Austin and Valencia, and at StarSeries i-League Season 6, and to enter the top 30 in the ranking.
The news is likely to raise further questions after the future of the Danish team, with the remaining players still on the lookout for an organisation to represent as their Fragsters deals will expire at the end of the year.
"Every journey has an end and my journey with these boys ends now," the player told HLTV.org. "We have accomplished good things together, but it is time for me to try something new.
"I have nothing but respect for these talented guys and I wish them the best, I would also like to thank my CEO, Kenneth Goldy, for handling this situation and overall being a really nice boss."
WIth refrezh's departure, the team now have:
Thomas "Lifedance" Lund (coach)