After a few disappointing results, the Russian eSports organization Cyber Legacy has announced that they will change their roster. Many thought that they would keep at least two or three players, but it turns out the organization decided to leave only Zaur “Cooman” Shakhmurzaev.
Who will join the new team?
The main reason for Cyber Legacy’s decision was their poor results in recent tournaments. Although the team had a good squad on paper, they were simply unable to live up to expectation. Recently they finished last at ESL One Germany after being eliminated in the Group Stage.
What’s interesting is that the team still received an invitation for the EPIC League closed qualifiers. This is a tournament with a prize pool of $500,000. Sadly, CL had no other option but to withdraw from the competition after they made the announcement.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any information about which players will be joining Cyber Legacy. CeMaTheSlayeR, Bignum, Magical, Blizzy, and their coach ArsZeeqq are no longer a part of the team, which means that they are officially free agents. Hence, we might see them in a new CIS team soon.
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