PixelFire loses their CS:GO team

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PixelFire and their CS:GO team have decided to go their separate ways, André "BARBARR" Möller has told HLTV.org.

PixelFire and their CS:GO team have decided to go their separate ways, André "BARBARR" Möller has told HLTV.org.

The news comes as a surprise as the European team had joined forces with

PixelFire only two weeks ago after parting ways with skin jackpot website
CSGO.one.

While playing under

PixelFire, a new organisation that was looking to break into the Counter-Strike scene, the team finished 3rd-4th at the Europe Minor Championship, where they claimed a much talked about 41-38 victory over
DenDD during the group stage.

However, after returning home from Bucharest, the players were informed that

PixelFire would not be able to keep to the terms that had initially been agreed, leaving them with no choice but to seek pastures new.

"The goals and visions PixelFire had were great, and the organisation has some good people behind it," team member André "BARBARR" Möller told HLTV.org

"Unfortunately, the original plan did not work out, and we and PixelFire felt this is the best option for now.

"We wish all the best to the organisation, and hopefully we will see you at the top with another team."

This leaves the team once again in a hurry to find a new organisation to represent, with the players due to compete at Assembly Winter later this week.

Orgless have the following roster:

  •  Viktor "flash" Tamás Bea
  •  Bence "DeadFox" Böröcz
  •  Lasse "maeVe" Elgaard
  •  Benjamin "tabu" Vangstrup
  •  André "BARBARR" Möller
  •  Attila "boco" Árvai (coach)

Source: hltv.org

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