x6tence release CS:GO roster
x6tence have released their CS:GO squad with immediate effect, the Spanish organisation announced on Wednesday.
The announcement comes just 24 hours after it was revealed that x6tence had been acquired by Giants for an undisclosed fee in a strategic move that united two of Spain's biggest esports organisations.
x6tence's executive staff will be integrated into the parent company, but the Counter-Strike roster has been let go, ending a ten-month partnership with the Argentine squad that had seen Jonathan "JonY BoY" Muñoz reunite with former Miami Flamingos teammates Tomás "tomi" Guardia and Matias "tutehen" Canale.
The roster, which also included Morís "OMG" Marquez-Cid and Nicolas "NikoM" Miozzi, will most likely disband following this decision, JonY BoY told HLTV.org, as the team has struggled with middling results since its creation.
This doesn't mark the end for x6tence, however, as Giants CEO José Ramón Díaz confirmed in an interview on esportmaniacos that x6tence will be the brand under which the CS:GO team will operate after 2020. In the same interview, Giants' top executive also noted that one of the reasons behind the acquisition of x6tence is the ability to work with two brands simultaneously and attract different sponsors.
In a statement on their website, x6tence cited the failure to reach the goals that had been set as the reason for releasing the team. The management is now working on "restructuring the division and redefining new goals," it was announced.
The following players are now free agents: