EnVyUs released all of its Counter-Strike rosters last month following numerous poor performances. In a statement, EnVyUs expressed interest in signing a new team in the North American region, where the organization is based.
The rest of the team outside of Happy and RpK have teamed up for a Major qualification effort under the name “LeftOut.”
Happy was a member of EnVyUs for more than three years, coming over when the organization purchased the former LDLC roster in early 2015. RpK, meanwhile, joined EnVyUs in February 2017 after a one year stint with G2 Esports.
Tempo Storm signed its current roster in May, which has struggled to progress in qualifiers for medium to large international events.
UPDATE (11:24 a.m. ET): When reached for comment, Tempo Storm manager Hampus Johansson said: "We in general strive to have the best possible roster fielded at all times. We have not finalized a roster change but we’re in the process of exploring all options.
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