After missing out on out on spots in 2 significant tournaments, MAD Lions validated that they are mulling modifications to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster.

French website 1pv. fr reported Wednesday that Lucas “Bubzkji” Andersen was being benched.

MAD Lions, a Spanish team with an all-Danish lineup, wrote in a declaration Thursday, “Our organization is constantly looking for the world’s best skill and always re-assessing the composition of our lineups. It is what championship franchises do. With the official player break in the CS: GO season turning up, we are currently examining our lineup to place our group for continued success. There will no doubt be rumours as we engage in various discussions, but no company decisions have been made on the status of any MAD Lions CS: GO gamer.”

MAD Lions added that they are currently giving players a break before they protect their championship in the next Flashpoint occasion, the date of which has yet to be announced.

The report about Bubzkji triggered former MAD Lions player Nicolai “HUNDEN” Petersen to tweet, “Im sad to see all the crazy remarks about @Bubzkji– He is NOT hazardous at all, he got his own viewpoint– however he was not hazardous for 16 months when we played together. Lets cool down!”

On June 15, MAD Lions was available in fourth location in the BLAST Premier Spring European Face-off, with only the top 3 advancing to recently’s BLAST Premier Spring European Finals. They ended up atop their group to advance straight to among the 2 matches that identified direct qualifiers. However, MAD Lions fell 2-0 to ENCE, and after that they dropped the third-place match 2-1 to Ninjas in Pyjamas.

MAD Lions likewise lost out on a location in ongoing cs_summit 6 Online: Europe occasion. They completed in the qualifying competition Monday and Tuesday but were ousted in the first round by PACT.