According to Teamplay.com.br, ProGaming.TD have dispensed with the services of Raphael "cogu" Camargo.
The Brazilian legend returned to activity in late August after almost three years on the sidelines, with fans praising the move as they hoped he would replicate the same level of form that made him one of the most talented AWPers in the world in Counter-Strike: 1.6.
However, Camargo has struggled to adapt to CS:GO, and with the team failing to make their mark on the international scene in 2012, the management has reportedly acted swiftly and released the former Made in Brazil ace.
This left ProGaming.TD with a three-man roster as they were already on the lookout for a new player after Rafael "zakk" Fernandes stepped down from the active lineup last month.
To fill these two vacancies, the team reportedly turned to paiN star Felipe "fbm" Mengue and Wilton "zews" de Almeida, who played CS:Source for Yeah.
ProGaming.TD now have the following lineup:
Lucas "Steel" Lopes
Caio "zqk" Fonseca
Caio "rkz" Sinigagli
Felipe "fbm" Mengue
Wilton "zews" de Almeida
Stay tuned to HLTV.org as we will bring you all the updates from the ProGaming.TD camp if the report proves to be true.