Playzone close down CS team
Playzone have announced the decision to part company with their Swedish Counter-Strike division.
The decision comes just days after Playzone witness the departure of their Finnish squad due to lack of support provided by the organisation.
Playzone state that personal issues and a series of disappointing results have led to this decision.
The Swedish team have been tipped with roster changes after competing in the PlayDH Qualifier #2 with André "keiz" Carlsson and Hugo "huggan" Lopez as stand-ins.
Playzone noted that all players are free to join other projects and stressed they will not be investing in Counter-Strike any time soon, as they will spend their money in other games.
The future of the Swedish team is now unknown, but Andre "BARBARR" Möller has already made it clear he will hang up his mouse to focus on his education.
"I'm quitting playing and starting studying. I will miss gaming a lot, but everything has to end sometime. However, it's not over quite yet, because I am going to UK with the Danish mix puta this weekend to compete in the DreamHack qualifier over there. After that, I'll quit," he told Arcticnova.org.
PlayZone had the following Swedish team:
André "BARBARR" Möller
Manne "manne" Nordqvist
Tobias "pinne" Jansson
Finn "qp" Sjöström
Dennis "dennis" Edman