Rejin: "MAD Lions will not leave CS:GO"

Allan "Rejin" Petersen, senior manager of MAD Lions, in an interview to that the organization does not intend to close its CS: GO department. According to him, the absence of official matches for three months, which caused the community to doubt the future of the project, is due to a management error.

I just joined in February (as Senior Manager, ed.) And there have been many things that needed to be taken care of. One of them was tournaments. It has been a communication error that has meant that we have not played in any tournaments. It is a management error that will not happen again. Happened has happened and we look forward and not backward.
I am employed as a Senior Manager, which actually means that I am in charge of the general management of the CS: GO department at MAD Lions. This means that I am responsible for the strategy that we will follow in the future. We are going to change the way a CS: GO team is traditionally built. Many things are going to happen and you will see a lot from us in the coming weeks. Unfortunately, I can not unveil yet, but one thing is for sure: MAD Lions is NOT done with CS: GO!

After the most recent transfer of two players to Heroic Fredrik "roeJ" Jorgensen, Rasmus "HooXi⁠" Nielsen and Thomas "⁠TMB⁠" Bundsback remained in MAD Lions. At the moment, the team has no scheduled tournaments. That being said, the organization owns a slot in the Flashpoint franchise league, which has yet to announce the third season date.