After almost two years, Bren Esports has decided to part ways with its Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) group due to minimal activities in Valve’s first-person shooting video game a minimum of in the Asian area.

The Bernard “Bren” Chong-owned premier company announced the unfortunate news through its validated Facebook page on Monday night, March 1.

” Our CS: GO group has actually been through increases and falls, however it has actually been a gratifying ride overall. We wish to want the team all the finest in the new course that they will be taking,” it said.

” Thank you so much for using black and yellow.”

Bren developed the decision as “the market has been through a series of whirlwinds in the previous year.” Captain Chris “Pro.” Martir, Elmer “micr0” Coloma, Deko “Papichulo” Evangelista, Johnty “JA” Arone and coach Jise “Rbtx” Jamir are now all totally free agents.

Patrick “Derek” Lacson left the team simply a few days earlier and is now a totally free representative too.

Former gamer Riley “witz” Go departed the team last month to give his esports career a breath of fresh air as he made his transition to Riot Games’ thriving FPS title Valorant. Witz is now with Thai Valorant team MITH.

Bren entered into the CSGO esports scene when it tapped the established TNC Pro Group headed by Pro and Deko back in July 2019.

The black and yellow squad’s noteworthy achievements consist of winning the GeForce Cup Pacific 2019 and publishing playoff surfaces in the eXTREMESLAND CS: GO Asia 2019 and the Perfect World Asia League Fall 2020.

Bren was not the only organization that leg go of its CSGO roster as fellow Asian orgs in Beyond Esports and TIGER likewise released their groups while Paper Rex switched to Valorant.

Bren’s former CSGO standout Jim “BORKUM: Timbreza is now with the franchise’s Valorant team together with fellow ex-CSGO pros from Mineski in Jayvee “DubsteP” Paguirigan and Kevin “Dispenser” Te, and previous Mineski Dota 2 player Jessie “JessieVash” Cuyco.