Orgless disband and are removed from ESL One: Road to Rio

Apr 28 2020 2 min read
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Orgless has disbanded and forfeited their spot in ESL One: Road to Rio, according to an announcement from the official ESL CS:GO Twitter account.

Orgless have been together since early February and played in many online qualifiers together. One of those online qualifiers would see them earn a spot in FLASHPOINT 1, guaranteeing a $5000 a month salary per player over the length of the league. Orgless shattered expectations but fell with a 5-6th placing in the first season of the new league. The band of misfits outplaced the likes of Chaos EC and Envy, which was quite the statement.

Orgless also managed to qualify for ESL One: Road to Rio - North America. But, it seems after failing to win a game, they have disbanded. Some players have been seen playing a lot of VALORANT, so it is possible that they will transition to Riot's new FPS, but that is pure speculation.

Before the disband, Orgless was made up of:

  • Yassine "Subroza" Taoufik
  • Pujan "FNS" Mehta
  • Matthew "WARDELL" Yu
  • Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker
  • Gage "Infinite" Green

According to the tweet made by ESL, "All teams who have played against Orgless will have their results nullified." This change will be fairly easy to implement and shouldn't impact the group placings, given all of their matches were losses.


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