Transfer Thursday — November 26
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Transfer Thursday is a regular section where you can learn about significant transfers, resignings, and line-up changes that have happened in the worlds of CS:GO, Dota 2, and other disciplines over the past week.
Team Secret has disbanded its CS:GO roster. This was announced on the club's official Twitter account.
The main reason for the decision is the lack of positive results. The team constantly placed on 40-50th spots in the HLTV.org rating and did not win tournaments. According to Guy "anarkez" Trachtman, many things happened behind the scenes. The players also decided not to stay together and play as an ex-Secret stack.
We are not a team anymore, a lot of stuff happend behind the scenes. I'm a free agent, and I want to work hard to get to the next level of CS because it's my world. I'm ready for any opportunity, I am speaking Russian aswell. Ready for any offers as an AWPer.— Finest anarkez (@anarkezCS) November 24, 2020
The Danish roster of the Spanish x6tence has had a couple of reshuffles: Hector "HECTOz" Jensen was benched and has been replaced by Nordavind player Jesper "TENZKI" Plougmann. Last month x6tence already made line-up changes: Ismail "refrezh" Ali and Rasmus "HooXi" Nielsen, who left for MAD Lions, were replaced by Daniel "mertz" Mertz and Marcus "maNkz" Kjeldsen from Copenhagen Flames.
T1's Dota 2 team is continuing to have issues. In another series of changes, Muhammad "inYourdreaM" Rizki and Tri "Jhocam" Kuncoro left the roster. The team's coach Pyo "MP" No-a also left.
금일부로 T1 @DOTA2 에서 활동한 MP 코치, Jhocam 선수, inYourdreaM 선수와 계약을 종료하게 되었습니다. 지난 한 해 활약에 감사드립니다.— T1 (@T1) November 24, 2020
Today we part ways with MP, Jhocam, and inYourdreaM. We highly appreciate their contribution to the team and wish them all the best. pic.twitter.com/Khz2lljICd
The Dota 2 mix 5men reported that the roster has broke up right during their current tournament. 5men lost all their matches of EPIC League Season 2 Division 2. A former member of the team Rasmus "Chessie" Blomdin said on his personal Twitter account that the main reason for the breakup was the lack of motivation.
In the time before finding a new team I am going to be active in the Dota space, exploring more of Youtube which I have plenty of ideas for, and regular Twitch streaming. I am also open to the idea of trying some casting, feel free to reach out!🤘— Rasmus Blomdin (@ChessieDota) November 18, 2020