Beyond Possible set to disband as SPELLAN, Rock1nG announce impending departures
The Bulgarian squad will remain together until the end of the tournaments they are currently attending.
Ivan "Rock1nG" Stratiev and Teodor "SPELLAN" Nikolov are no longer associated with Beyond Possible, the duo announced on social media. The 26-year-old rifler also stated that the team will continue to compete together until the conclusion of their current events.
The two players cited internal problems as the reasons behind their decision to leave the project, with SPELLAN also specifying a lack of external support following the core's departure from k1ck in July.
SPELLAN was a part of k1ck's return to Counter-Strike in March, but the project barely lasted four months before the organization decided to release the roster. The players have since competed in the European tier-two scene under the name Beyond Possible.
The lineup successfully qualified for CCT Central Europe Series 1, but finished the event in 9-16th place after losses to FORZE, EC Kyiv, and Enterprise. Viktor "v1c7oR" Dyankov and Slaven "AwaykeN" Lyubenov left Beyond Possible in early October, and were replaced by Valentin "viltrex" Tsvetanov and Rock1nG.
SPELLAN and Rock1nG recorded a 0.93 and 0.94 ratings respectively during their time with Beyond Possible while competing in online qualifiers for events such as CCT South Europe Series 1 and CCT Central Europe Series 3.
"The people are not fitting together," explained Rock1nG in his TwitLonger. "I'm looking for a international project of any kind... I believe I can show what I'm capable of playing with the right people."
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