ORDER suspends its CS:GO division

The Australian organization ORDER has parted ways with its CS:GO division. Thus, the entire roster of the club has entered free agency.

The press release does not throw light on the decision to temporarily leave the professional scene. The organization’s management noted that they remain committed to the Valve’s shooter and will consider options for a return in the future.

ORDER entered the professional CS:GO scene in 2018 and since then has been successful only at the national level. During this time, the organization managed to nurture several players who were subsequently sold to Renegades, the leader of the Pacific region. In particular, these were Jay "Liazz" Tregillgas, Jordan "Hatz" Bajic and Alistair "aliStair" Johnston.

The core of the latest ORDER roster edition was formed last year and since then has twice managed to make it to international tournaments – ESL Pro League Season 15 and ESL Challenger February 2022.

The former ORDER lineup:

 Karlo "⁠USTILO⁠" Pivac
 Matthew "⁠Valiance⁠" Hartrick
 Declan "⁠Vexite⁠" Portelli
 Jireh "⁠J1rah⁠" Youakim
 Tyler "⁠tucks⁠" Reilly

Origin: ordergaming.gg