CLG, an organization which has been unable to field a highly regarded contender for over a year, have announced that they have decided to pull the actual plug on their men squads.

CLG, who else had a team that was a regular in top-flight events in 2015 and earlier 2016—with players such as Tarik "tarik" Celik and Josh "jdm64" Marzano on the roster—and even made the actual playoffs at the MLG Columbus 2016 Main, have announced it is going to no longer field the male team.

Right after subpar results, such as two failed Small bids and not being able to qualify for the ESL Pro League Finals, its roster, which includes longtime CLG stalwarts Stephen "reltuC" Cutlerand Pujan "FNS" Mehta, will no longer represent the organization moving forward.

According to the statement issued by CLG, the decision had been made "after several months of analysis and internal discussion" round the Buy Cheap CSGO Skins organisation's "business strategy" and the "economics of the sport". With gamers still under contracts, CLG have vowed to help the roster to find "new houses in the next few weeks".

While it is speculated that FNS will not be a part of the team, and it is unknown if Ricardo "Rickeh" Mulholland will come back to North America, the team's core will stick together, with three gamers signed up for CyberPower's upcoming tournament: reltuC, Kenneth "koosta" Suen, and Ethan "nahtE" Arnold.

Zack "XotiC" Elshani, from CLG Academy, which will also become dropped from the organization, is signed up as the fourth, leaving the final spot in the team open as of now.