Release of Counter-Strike Sweden
It was nearly 2 months ago when we decided to pick a young yet talented team from Sweden. The team had a promising start and we were very eager to see them compete the online and offline events. Unfortunately due to personal issues, Mathias mathe Akersson left the team. This was quite a heavy blow to the team as he was a very talented player and had left the team in disarray. Continued efforts to try find another member to fill the spot of “5th” were all in vain as this and various other factors had left the team unable to play for many weeks. We would like to say that we’re releasing them of their contracts on mutual reasons. We would not want to keep the team from progressing and competing and we wish them the best of luck at their new organisation, Leaf Gaming.
Leaf Gaming is a Swedish organisation, which means the team were able to have better attention and a more knowledgeable understanding of the entire Swedish Counter-Strike scene. The captain, Jakob jake Bourhil had this to say:
[gdlr_quote align=”center” ]It feels good that you guys understand and I really hope the best for MnM in the future[/gdlr_quote]
We would really like to wish the team the best in the future. Although their stay at MnM was short, we would like to thank them for the time and effort they have put into the team and the organisation. A list of players who are released:
Jakob jake Bourhil (Captain)
Oskar lajm Larsson
Linus bååten Bååt Andersson
Sebastian jor Thuren
Tom DompaN Törnström Stråhle (Manager)
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