PENTA cut loose their CS:GO roster, via mutual agreement

PENTA cut loose their CS:GO roster, via mutual agreement
Jake Tucker

After several players from PENTA have departed the organisation in the last three months, the esports organisation has decided to step away from CS:GO, leaving the remaining three players teamless. 

This information comes after the team lost Kevin ‘HS Tarn and Miikka ‘suNny’ Kemppi in August, while Niko ‘naSu’ Kovanen, the team’s coach, left to coach GODSENT, as we reported yesterday. 

On Twitter, PENTA said: "This time last year we ended up having half a team and not being able to compete properly for months. This year, after losing suNny and HS, we have to face the same situation yet again, and to prevent last year's situation, we decided to mutually terminate the contracts of our remaining CS:GO players."PENTA reached a mutual agreement to terminate the contracts of Kevin ‘kRYSTAL’ Amend, Jess ‘zehN’ Linjala and Pawel ‘innocent’ Mocek. However, a tweet from Mocek states that the displaced team will be announcing a new organisation soon. 

PENTA are still fielding competitors in PUBG, Dota 2, Crossfire, Fifa, Hearthstone and Rainbow Six Siege. 

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