Spanish Esports company x6tence is set to leave professional CS: GO, according to several sources close to the situation. Since this time, all members of the roster will become free representatives on Feb. 1 and are in different discussions with new companies.

Regardless of belonging of professional Counter-Strike for the much better part of sixteen years, x6tence are taking a step back and will not field a group for the start of 2021. It is not understood how long they expect to stay far from the game or if they prepare to return in the future. The existing lineup is not anticipated to stick and have actually all touched with different companies.

After fielding several Spanish and Argentinian lineups over the years, x6tence transitioned to signing a complete Danish roster in mid-2020. Present x6tence gamers Magnus “Nodios” Olsen, Jonas “Queenix” Dideriksen signed up with in June together with now previous teammates Hector “HECTOz” Jensen, Rasmus “HooXi” Nielsen, and Ismail “refrezh” Ali. HECTOz was benched last September while HooXi and refrezh went on to sign up with MAD Lions in October. Filling into their locations were Daniel “mertz” Mertz, Marcus “maNkz” Kjeldsen, and Jesper “tenzki” Plougmann Mikalski.

x6ence had a hard time against top European competitors, ending up in last location at cs_summit 6 Online with a defeat against ENCE. Their only triumphes can be found in smaller sized tournaments like One Tap League Season 1 on two separate occasions. They directly missed getting approved for DreamHack Open December 2020 with a loss to ESPADA in the Closed Qualifier semifinals.