Orbit focused on other games, and has decided to not re-sign Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team
– Photo credited to HLTV.ORG –
Orbit signed the Bulgarian team in May following the release from their contract with the EFrag.net sponsor. Over the last several years, Orbit has brought on several teams to represent them, and have worked with the Bulgarian roster in the Hitbox Challenger Cup, and other leagues/events.
The team finished third at the Dreamhack Minor event, and came up short from attending the ESL One Cologne 2016 Qualifier in Katowice. According to the team captain Nicolay “nkl” Krustev:
“We wanted to thank Orbit for supporting us in the short time they did. But after further consideration our goals did not seem to align, they did not think that CSGO would be the game for them moving forward. We as a team want to thank them and wish them luck. With that said we are looking for a new home to represent. We look forward to the future and finding an organization that has the same aspirations as we do, somewhere we can grow together!”
The team will be playing under the tag Team MK, and is seeking a home to represent. Their current twitter can be found https://twitter.com/TeamMKbg.
Emiliyan “spyleadeR” Dimitrov
Victor “v1c7oR” Dyankov
Nikolay “snl” Krustev
Simeon “Dream3r” Ganev
Kamen “bubble” Kostadinov
We are looking for a new organization to represent! Please email our manager firstname.lastname@example.org or dm him on twitter: @dayV1Dlive
— Team MK (@TeamMKbg)