Team Envy dissolved their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive lineup and training staff, the organization announced on Monday.

The lineup consisted of Noah “Nifty” Francis, Bugra “Calyx” Arkin of Turkey, Thomas “Thomas” Utting of the United Kingdom, Nikola “LEGIJA” Ninic of Germany and Michal “MICHU” Muller and coach Jakub “Kuben” Gurczynski of Poland. They will be “offered for transfer efficient immediately, in the interest of enabling players and personnel to pursue brand-new chances,” Envy stated.

” Today we bid goodbye to Envy CS: GO,” Team Envy composed Monday on Twitter. “Thank you to all of our players personnel for your time and devotion while on Envy. We wish you all the very best in the future.”

The Team Envy company also stated that it “strategies to examine its future roster options and continue conversations to improve the Counter-Strike competitive scene with tournament organizers like B Website and CS: GO developer Valve.”

The choice to dissolve the roster and training personnel comes less than a year after Group Envy signed up with Flashpoint in May.