As the end of the year approaches, so does the CS:GO tournament circuit. The end of 2015 also brings the end of the partnership between Team SoloMid and their CS:GO team.
In an official announcement from TSM, the organization revealed a mutual parting of ways with the current roster.
TSM, a Los Angeles based organization, cites time zones and distance as a major factor in the decision to let the remainder of the player contracts run out and seek a better option.
The roster consisted of Danish players:
- Andreas ‘Xyp9x’ Højsleth
- René ‘cajunb’ Borg
- Finn ‘karrigan’ Andersen
- Peter ‘dupreeh’ Rothmann
- Nicolai ‘device’ Reedtz
TSM states they parted ways with the team on “amicable terms” and “seeks to build a new CS:GO team to be based near LA.”
The announcement concluded with the following statement from the team:
“We were really happy to work for the TSM organization. They provided us with everything we wanted for the entire year, and did their best to keep us happy. However, our long term visions did not align, and we believed that it was the best for both parties to part. We would like to thank TSM for all they’ve done for us, and hope to meet their new roster at future tournaments”.
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