Dignitas Transfer Lists Entire CS:GO Team, F0rest Still Eager to Compete
The entire Dignitas roster is undergoing a revamp!
The North American esports organization, Dignitas took a huge decision earlier today on 11th May as it transfer listed its entire CS:GO roster. The reason was related to the team not performing up to the mark and its failure to qualify for the currently ongoing PGL Antwerp Major 2022.
"We want to build a competitive roster and while we hoped this iteration of the roster could achieve better results, missing the current CS:GO Major means that we have to reconsider our path forward," read the statement issued by the organizaiton.
The majority of this lineup had been competing under the Dignitas banner for more than two years now, with Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg and Adam "friberg" Friberg having renewed their contracts in January earlier this year until the end of 2022.
Digintas transfer lists entire CS:GO roster after failing to qualify for the Antwerp Major
A huge decision has been taken by Dignitas as it prepares to revamp its CS:GO roster for the remainder of the 2022 competitive season. The organization has decided to transfer list all its players, giving them the freedom to make their own decisions without any holdback.
Dignitas is itself exploring various iterations of a new CS:GO roster "which may include players currently part of Dignitas". This means that the transfer listed players still have a chance of continuing ahead with Dignitas in case a certain lineup involving them performs well during tryouts.
In the coming weeks, Dignitas will continue to evaluate its future in CS:GO to build a roster that is worthy of competing for upcoming titles.
Following this announcement by Dignitas, the legendary Swedish CS:GO player f0rest in a personal statement said that he is still "ready to fight". He thanked everyone at Dignitas with whom he had been competing for the past two years and four months, while also offering his best wishes to his teammates.
All other players including friberg, Håkon "hallzerk" Fjærli, Ludvig "HEAP" Alonso, and Jonas "Lekr0" Olofsson came forward with statements from their side thanking the organization and are looking forward to future opportunities.
Some in the community like Jason "moses" O'Toole suggested Dignitas to look towards the North American region for their future lineup as many promising rosters were available for "cheap".
A few other community members offered names like Owen "smooya" Butterfield and Justin "jks" Savage as excellent players to tryout for its future CS:GO iteration.