spammzy has alraedy found himself a new home following his exit from VAULT
Following a TwitLonger released by Jaunes "sickLy" Valencia last night, Dust2.us has learned that the Latin American VAULT squad, which formed at the start of 2017, has decided to disband. This news comes after a disappointing season for the team, with the squad being sent back to Advanced following an early exit from the relegation bracket.
Additionally, the recent "retirement" of Santiago "Daveys" Galvis left the squad without one of its key members, compounding their problems moving into 2019.
However, the final blow came last night when Jesús "sam_A" Taboada Foen also announced his intentions to retire from competitive CS:GO. When reached to for comment, VAULT founder, Andrew "kga" Buck had this to say:
Daveys and Sam decided to stepdown from competitive CS:GO after Season 29 due to personal reasons. Spamzzy and sickLy had to decide [what] the best direction would be for the team and their competitive careers. Ultimately, they decided to part ways too. VAULT has been with the Colombian roster for approximately two years. I believe in this project and provided the players with autonomy to make the best decision for the roster. VAULT did not influence the decision. It’s unfortunate, but it doesn’t mean it’s the end of our participation in CS:GO.
Following the loss of Daveys and Sam_A in short order, long-time teammates Spamzzy and sickLy have opted to seek out new teams, ultimately pushing the team to dissolution. Following this, kga announced that the team's remaining players are free to explore new projects as due to the lack of available and experienced talent within Latin America, he felt that it isn't the best time for the VAULT organization to continue within the region.
ex-VAULT's Advanced league spot has been adopted by a roster under the name of Cartel Bowlcuts, consisting of:
- Camilo "points" Londoño
- Alex "lanhero" Suarez
- Santiago "Daveys" Galvis
- Aldair "alone" Torres
- Tyler "Lift" Katz
Additionally, spammzy announced last night that he has linked up with ETHEREAL to complete their roster for Season 30:
- Dennison "fdeN" Fong
- Sol "snim" Min
- Corey "flashstep" Parks
- David "Sneaky Polster
- Andres "spammzy" Correa