Credit: ORDER

Australian team part ways with their roster

Karlo “USTILO” Pivac and company will no longer represent ORDER as of today.

ORDER has decided to release its current roster led by Jireh “J1rah” Youakim this Wednesday, the organization announced on Twitter. The Australian team informs that it doesn’t necessarily mean an exit from CS:GO entirely as they will consider their options moving forward.

- It is with a heavy heart that today we announce that we have made the tough decision to part ways with our current CS:GO roster. This roster has played under our organisation at many tournaments domestically and internationally since the formation of the core, and we are incredibly thankful for their time and service to the organization

(…) CS:GO and the community surrounding it are a core part of our organization, and we are carefully considering our options and plans for ORDER CS:GO moving forward, ORDER said in an official statement.

ORDER was up until today the #4 highest-ranked team in the Oceanic region, often standing in the shadow of more profiled teams like Renegades and LookingForOrg. Throughout their time together, the roster didn’t manage to post any significant results.

ORDER consisted of the following players:

  Matthew “Valiance” Hartrick

  Karlo “USTILO” Pivac

  Jireh “J1rah” Youakim

  Declan “Vexite” Portelli                                       

  Tyler tucks” Reilly                                                   

  Kobi “xertz” Wallis (Head coach)

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