Team Orbit and their CS:GO team have parted ways, Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi has told HLTV.org.
After over six months as part of Orbit, the Swedish team have decided to look for pastures new as talks with the organisation regarding future tournaments broke down.
During their tenure in Orbit, the team's LAN achievements included a 5th-6th place finish at Gfinity Spring Masters and a 9th-12th finish at Copenhagen Games.
|Orbit loses CS:GO team photo hltv.org|
Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi says that the team are ready to listen to offers as they hope to find an organisation that allows them to continue on an upward trajectory.
"Today marks the end of a lengthy and fun journey, we had a good time in Orbit and we are thankful for their support throughout our stay," Mourujärvi told HLTV.org.
"The time we spent together shall never be forgotten and we grew a lot since we joined them. I wish them good luck in the future with a great CS:GO team because they deserve it.
"I couldn't have expected much more from them, big thanks to GorDo and the whole Orbit, they showed kindness and support every day and did an excellent job.
"Unfortunately, we could not agree on some things, which led to this decision. We will move on and try to improve even further, we are all still very dedicated and motivated to continue playing as a team.
"We have received some offers that we will study, but we are also open to any other offers. If you wish to contact us, you can do so via e-mail ([email protected]) or Skype (jacobkzki)."
The Swedish team, who will be taking part in the qualifiers for the Counter Pit League, have the following line-up:
Jacob "pyth" Mourujärvi
Alexander "SKYTTEN" Carlsson
Fredrik "roque" Honak
Jimmy "Jumpy" Berndtsson
Max "maxie" Lönnström