The Season 2 of Electronic Championship Series in Counter-Strike:Global Offensive has had it's groups drawn.
The eight teams were divided into two groups of four teams with the two on top advancing.
After losing a Counter-Strike:Global Offensive player just few days ago in the name of Tashin 'tashiN' Broschk, the German organization PENTA Sports announced the departure of a new player.
The Dutch, Mike 'mikeS' Tuns decided to leave the team, it is unclear why.
The North American based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, Slefless Gaming announced changes in their roster.
The team decided to release, Mitch 'mitch' Semago and Regan 'raerae' Slay, a player from each CS:GO team they house.
The Brazilian based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team, SK.Gaming will use a stand-in for the Esports Championship Series Season 2 Finals.
The announcement came last night via a post over at the leading eSports news site, hltv.org.