Infinite announced his depart from ONET4P and the dissolving of the team

ESL Challenger League side t4ps out

The team is dissolving after the plan “not being feasible” for the players, according to Gage “Infinite” Green.

Just one day after being eliminated from the open qualifier for the Americas RMR, ONET4P is joining the long list of promising North American teams that ceased to exist.

In a tweet, Infinite claimed that the project he and his teammates were creating wasn’t attainable, so the roster decided to part ways. Immediately after announcing the end of ONET4P, the 24-year-old reported his move to Brazen.

Logan “Voltage” Long expressed his feeling on Twitter, as well. The 22-year-old AWPer claims NA “does not have the resources to keep players competing and being able to give it their all.” He also left clear that Counter-Strike isn’t an option for his future, and will do an explanation video shortly.

Tianyi “Fr3nk1e” He didn’t lose any time and let everyone know he still has intentions of playing CS:GO.

Brian “chew” Mao simply tweeted “welp I hate to say it but NA”, but those words say a lot about the state of NACS at the moment.

The coach of the team, Calvin “becker” Becker, did not make any public statement.

The Brazen roster is now comprised of:

  • United States Keanu "Danejoris" Reyes

  • United States Brennan "grape" Greer

  • United States Jeff "RZU" Ngo

  • United States Marco "Pol0" Hernandez

  • United States Gage "Infinite" Green

  • United States Nick "Noot" Samodurov (Coach)

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#1(With 0 replies)
August 18, 2022 01:19PM
GOD DAMMIT NA CS! I was genuinely excited to see what Onet4p would become.
#2(With 0 replies)
August 19, 2022 10:42PM
t4ped out LOL
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