Raphael "cogu" Camargo is no longer part of Gorilla Core's active roster, the American organisation has announced.

The Brazilian veteran's future had been the origin of conjecture right after he missed the team's most recent matches, including the WCA The united states quarter-final encounter against CLG.

In a statement to ESPN Esports Brasil, Gorilla Core revealed that Raphael "cogu" Camargo made the decision, "of his own accord", to leave the team, with the gamer due to shed much more light on the issue soon.

The American organisation added that cogu is still under a contract as well as stressed that it is ready to CSGO Skins listen to offers for the former Made in South america talent.

cogu has been part of Gorilla Core since April, when his team signed for the North American organisation after previously symbolizing Dai Dai Video gaming. Since joining Gorilla Core, the team has most notably won ESEA Open Time of year 25, earning direct entry into the American Premier division.

Filipe "fp1" Caires has been filling in for cogu in recent matches, but Gorilla Core have not yet mentioned whether the 22-year-old will certainly join the team on a permanent basis.