Following two disappointing ESEA Invite seasons and a poor IEM 6 GC New York showing, Danny "fRoD" Montaner's Check Six has disbanded.
Former coL and EG members Montaner and Tyler "Storm" Wood teamed up with Spencer "hiko" Martin, Dustin "dizzaman" Dilyerd and David "Xp3" Garrido to form Temporary after the former two were removed from Evil Geniuses roughly a year ago.
The team were not allowed to participate in the on-going ESEA Invite season at the time and they couldn't find a sponsor to back their trip to IEM 6 GC Guangzhou which they qualified for over UMX Gaming.
fRoD's and Check Six's last international tournament was IEM 6 GC New York
At IEM 6 GC New York the team went out in group stage after losses versus SK Gaming and WinFakt, and failed to make the finals of ESEA Invite season 10 as they bowed out against UMX Gaming in the consolidation finals.
During their final ESEA Invite season Matt "Warden" Dickens replaced Martin on the team, and the team once again failed to impress, as they were trashed by Maximum Effort led by Braxton "swag" Pierce in a 4-32 overall loss.
Check Six was:
Dustin "dizzaman" Dilyerd
Danny "fRoD" Montaner
Tyler "Storm" Wood
Matt "Warden" Dickens
David "Xp3" Garrido
According to ESEA News Garrido has signed up to compete in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in ESEA Invite season 12, despite of the coming Counter-Strike 1.6 season still featuring the massive just under $20,000 prize purse.
There are no reports on what the other members of the team might plan to do in the future, but with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive looking promising in the US, it's unlikely we will see them play again.