It has been revealed that London Esports have parted ways with their CS:GO roster and will join Vexed Gaming.
Currently sitting in third place in the Summer season of the ESL Premiership and a first place finish at Insomnia64, the team has split from the organisation “effective immediately.”
Below is the official statement made by London Esports:
It is with sadness that we announce that we will be splitting with our CSGO roster effective immediately.
We have had an amazing few months with the guys and experienced some great moments.
— London Esports (@LDN_Esports) May 29, 2019
The reasoning behind the departure are not yet clear.
Now without a team, London Esports have stated that they are “continuing to work on bringing in a new roster”
Ex-London Esports Join Vexed Gaming
After parting ways with London Esports on May 29th, their former players have found a new home under the Vexed Gaming banner. Vexed will make their debut in week four of the ESL Premiership, where they will take on ReflexEU.
Chief Gaming Officer at Vexed, Mark Weller had this to say on the acquisition:
“A key priority at Vexed Gaming is the building, nurturing and professionalising playing talent, especially UK talent. “Our new roster gives us the number one counterstrike team in the UK and, with the correct support, will be top 30 in Europe and impact the global arena”
Coach Ash also commented:
“We’ve built an amazing talent pool with our roster and are thrilled to be part of the Vexed stable going forward. Their leadership, direction and holistic support will give us the opportunity to prove ourselves against the best players in Europe and the world.
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