Despite fielding some of the premier talent within European Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Team Dignitas has reportedly removed Joakim "jkaem" Myrbostad and Asger "AcilioN" Larsen from the team.

The move comes roughly eight months after Dignitas obtained jkaem, who joined up with the roster with former FaZe Clan stalwart Ricardo "fox" Pacheco on Mar 23. AcilioN's period with Dignitas, but was far more brief, as the 21-year-old only spent two months on the roster.

As a result of removing the two players, the team has been actively playing alongside former Dignitas rifler Jorgen "cromen" Robertsen, as well as the coach Morten "zEVES" Vollan, according to HLTV.

The decline associated with Dignitas throughout 2017 was an unforeseen development, as the business had enjoyed incredible success with its Danish CS: GO roster. But after the 5 players made the unilateral move to North on Jan. 1, 2017, the organization continues to be unable to make any type of strides in competing at the top of the CS: GO circuit.

This became most apparent on Oct. fourteen, when Dignitas were unable to advance through the Csgo skins for sale open online qualifier for the ELEAGUE Birkenstock boston Major—the very first phase of qualification.

Dignitas fell to Swedish mixteam Team5 within the round of sixteen, marking the second time in 2017 in which the roster was unable to secure their attendance at a Valve Major. The actual squad also missed out on qualifying for the PGL Kraków Main on July seven.

With these developments, Dignitas finds itself in an incredibly precarious situation heading into the 2018 competitive season.