VAULT's roster will look for a new organization as they eye a move to a different country
The South American roster of VAULT are looking to find a new organization, according to a Twitlonger released by both VAULT and the team's in-game leader Juanes "sickLy" Valencia.
VAULT CS:GO - ESP/POR/ENG— Juanes Valencia 🇨🇴 (@sickLyCS) November 6, 2018
In the Twitlonger, sickLy details that the team has begun to feel the ping disavantages of competing against tier 1 and 2 teams from Latin America, making it difficult for VAULT to continue posting results against the upper echelons of leagues such as MDL.
As VAULT do not have the resources to move the entire team to a different country, the roster and organization have come to an agreement to help the players find a new home on an organization that would have the funds to help the players relocate. Having spent two years together through five seasons of ESEA leagues, VAULT and the roster will part on amicable terms after a new organization is found. Until then, the team will continue competing as a part of VAULT.
VAULT's roster consists of:
- Andres "spamzzy" Correa
- Santiago "Daveys" Galvis
- Juanes "sickLy" Valencia
- Javier "cruzN" Cruz
- Jesus "sam_A" Taboada
- Alex "lanhero" Suarez (Substitute)
VAULT are set to take on Swole Patrol later tonight for MDL, with their match on Overpass set to kick off at 10:30 PM EDT.