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CLG organization sold; CLG Red in jeopardy

Counter Logic Gaming has new ownership, and with that, a new directive.

Earlier today, Travis Gafford reported that the organization Counter Logic Gaming has been sold to new ownership by its parent company, Madison Square Garden. Gafford reports that under the new management, all employees outside of the League of Legends vertical have been let go. In addition, Gafford says that the League of Legends team and whatever remains of CLG will be sold off to NRG, likely ending Counter Logic Gaming as a distinct brand.

This makes the future of CLG's women's team, CLG Red, uncertain. CLG Red has been a bastion of female North American Counter-Strike, holding the top spot in the region for years. CLG Red achieved first place in almost every single North American ESL Impact event on offer, and achieved decent results internationally as well. CLG Red finished in 3-4th place in ESL Impact League Season 1 Finals, and finished just lower in 5-6th place in the Season 2 Finals. talked with a member of CLG Red who declined to comment at this time. Without a doubt, CLG folding would bring great changes to CLG Red was they would have to find a new organization to call home while also working to keep Coline "Kaoday" Le Floc'h and Vivienne "BiBiAhn" Quach in the country without a sponsor.

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#1(With 0 replies)
April 3, 2023 09:20PM
Dust2 Birthday cake!
Its a scary thing to think about but I suspect Complexity or Liquid would jump at the chance to gain such a storied roster

Also meant I had to record an extra piece after we finished the podcast today XD
#2(With 0 replies)
April 4, 2023 09:24AM
it really depends if these impact teams are making any revenue, they probably would keep them if it's beneficial for them, CLG Red, if they are not making the org, can't see CLG keeping them
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