MAD Lions, the second-best Danish CS: GO group, has benched one of its best players, Lucas “Bubzkji” Andersen, according to a report by French site 1pv. fr.

This report comes just after MAD Lions stopped working to receive cs_summit six Europe, which will be the 2nd Regional Major Ranking (RMR) tournament for the ESL One Rio Major in November. The Danes lost to PACT, a Polish group beyond HLTV’s top-30 world rankings.

This loss puts MAD Lions in a tight spot to qualify for the only CS: GO Major of 2020. They didn’t participate in the first RMR tournament, the ESL One Roadway to Rio Europe, so they’ll have to offer it their all at the 3rd and last RMR event that will happen after the gamer break.

Bubzkji has actually statistically been the very best gamer on MAD Lions over the last 3 months because the Danes changed Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen with Asger “AcilioN” Larsen. Bubzkji boosts a 1.17 average score in the last three months, according to HLTV’s stats.

The 21-year-old helped MAD Lions win Flashpoint season one in April, where they beat MIBR in the grand finals. The reason for Bubzkji’s reported benching is unknown, but it’s plainly not due to his efficiency.

MAD Lions do not have any events arranged for the upcoming weeks since they won’t dip into cs_summit 6. The Danish team will return to the server after the player break, where CS: GO fans will see if Bubzkji is in or out of the beginning lineup.