Forester leaves Entropiq roster [Updated]

Update (15:27 MSK): Together with Forester, Vladislav "Krad" Kravchenko also left the Entropiq roster, as he announced on Twitter.

Entropiq player Igor "Forester" Bezotecheskiy has departed Entropiq roster on his own initiative, the Russian player has announced via his VK group.

Bezotecheskiy has represented Entropiq since May of last year and has since won several tier 2 tournaments. He played his last match for the team on October 24 in the grand final of CCT North Europe Series 1, where the Russians beat 1WIN.

Forester became the second player who left Entropiq of his own free will. The first was AWPer Aleksei "El1an" Gusev, after which Guy "anarkez" Trachtman took over his duties acting as a stand-in.

Bezotecheskiy's departure from Entropiq came two weeks after the Czech organization put all the players on the transfer list. According to the statement of the club's CEO, this happened amid the team's poor results and the inability to fulfill business goals with the CIS squad amid the war in Ukraine.

There is no information at the moment about who will replace Forester in the Entropiq lineup. Despite the club's intention to sell the roster, the players will continue to play and on November 2 will start the ESL Challenger League Season 43 Europe playoffs with a match against ECSTATIC.

 Entropiq's current lineup is:

 Aleksei "⁠NickelBack⁠" Trofimov
 Vladislav "⁠Krad⁠" Kravchenko
 Nikolay "⁠mir⁠" Bityukov
 Guy "⁠anarkez⁠" Trachtman (stand-in)

 Dmitry "⁠hooch⁠" Bogdanov (coach)

 Aleksei "⁠El1an⁠" Gusev (benched)
 Igor "⁠Forester⁠" Bezotecheskiy (benched)