Chaos plans to leave CS: GO

American e-sports club Chaos plans to sell the CS: GO roster and leave the discipline. This was announced by the insider Jarek DeKay Lewis, citing his own sources.

It is assumed that the decision to leave CS: GO was dictated by the Chaos investors. The club will continue to support rosters in other disciplines. The organization did not comment on DeKay’s information.

The current Chaos CS: GO roster was formed in June 2020 with the addition of Jonathan Jonji Carey and Nathan leaf Orff. In September, the team replaced Nissan’s captain Joshua steel with Edgar MarkE Jimenez. The updated roster entered the top 5 of ESL Pro League Season 12 and made it to the playoffs of IEM Beijing Online 2020.

 

 

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