stellar and co. are the latest MDL players to look towards VALORANT
After ending ESEA MDL Season 33 in relegation territory with a 7-12 record, Divine have announced they are parting ways with their CS:GO team and that the lineup plans to "step away from competitive CS".
Our friends @TeamMac_51 are stepping away from competitive cs and we can't thank them enough for their time at Divine. We know they will kill it in their next venture.— Divine (@TeamDivineLLC) March 13, 2020
With that being said our first frag movie will be dropping early next week of the guys.#WeAreDivine pic.twitter.com/J2djzfOeDy
The news comes as the team have been using Lucas "Fiziq" Blow as a stand-in for various players for their matches this week. One player told Dust2.us that this is due to the lineup no longer enjoying the game, so they've been fielding whoever is available.
Although various players plan on exploring VALORANT when it releases this summer, they still intend to participate in Season 34 while they await the release of the game.
For the moment, the team have yet to decide to on a starting five moving forward nor have they settled on a name, so will be playing as MAC-51 for the time being.
Therefore, for the moment the team known as MAC-51 has the following players:
- Brenden "stellar" McGrath
- Robert "robby" Brown
- Brady "thief" Dever
- Chris "riku" Piasecki
- Collin "wrath" McSweegan
- Lucas "Fiziq" Blow
Along with planning on playing in ESEA MDL Season 33 Relegation, MAC-51 are also set to compete in eFire Master League Season 1. After a delay to allow for MDL to reach playoffs, the league is set to start on March 16th, with MAC-51 playing against Station7 in their opening matchup.