The British based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team Fierce eSports has lost two players in two days.
First of all the Latvian player,
Ardis 'ardiis' Svarenieks has parted ways with the team due to miss understandings, second the Serbian player Aleksa 'Impulse' Stankic left the team to play with ex- BLUEJAYS International roster.
The announcement was made by a team member, team Captain, Sam 'Astroo' Gresham whom on twitter wrote:
"Best of luck @CSGOImpulse dont blame you for leaving you toxic serbian rat(this is a joke).
Also we are no longer playing with @ardiisCS there was too many clashes in the team and people were NOT ARSED LIKE IAN."
The Serbian player, Impulse announced his departure on twitter aswell:
"Decided to leave @FierceEsports after being disappointed in the team for some time, the effort just wasn't there.
I'm currently a Free Agent, looking for a team. AWP&IGL Wish the team and the organisation the best of luck in the future.
To avoid confusion, the effort that wasn't put in was from the player side of the team not @FierceEsports, as I have all the best things to say for the organisation as they were very professional and correct. "
The future of the Latvian player, ardiis is uncertain, the Serbian is for now in the above mentioned team while Fierce eSports now is left with:
- Sam 'Astroo' Gresham (C)
- Tom 'Jenko' Jenkinson
- Aaron 'fre1' Frei
- George 'Whitey' White (coach)
In ex- BLUEJAYS International, Impulse will replace Luka 'c0llins' Zivanovic whom was released prior today, the announcement being made by the team coach, Darko 'soLo' Mitic on his twitter page:
"From today,we are parting ways with @c0llinsCS,you're a great player and a great guy but things didnt work out well for us and we needed a change.
We are binging in @CSGOImpulse,he is a really good player and we are ready for grind!!!
The BLUEJAYS International now known as ex- BLUEJAYS International were:
- Filip 'aVN' Belojica
- Milos 'dEE' Marceta
- Aleksa 'Impulse' Stankic
- Dimitrije 'DiMKE' Veljkovic
- Nemanja 'sarenii' Sarenac
- Darko 'soLo' Mitic (coach)
The future of Luka 'c0llins' Zivanovic is now uncertain.