In another discontinuation of PUBG Roster, G2 Esports join the forces. Becoming the third big organization to give up on the roster, after EG and Optic Gaming. G2, however, didn’t announce it officially.
The news came in from one of their former players, who made it public on Twitter. The reason for the suspension of the team was nothing but lack of good performances. This also brings attention to the question of the legitimacy of PUBG as a formal esport title.
First of all, I want to say thanks for all the support over the past year from G2 and people who have supported me since day 1. After a year with G2, it’s finally time to say goodbye! G2 have decided to part ways with PUBG for now. We have had our ups and downs as a team throughout the year and sadly the deciding factor was us not making PEL. I’d like to thank G2 for being nothing but amazing to us for the past year and believing in us as a team. I’d also like to wish my teammates the best, amazing bunch of guys and I’m sure we’ll stay in touch.
I am officially announcing that I’m a free agent and looking for opportunities in EU/NA.
– Over 4500 hours invested into PUBG in the past 2 years
– Competed in GLL, Auzom, PUBGO, PEL Closed Qualifiers
– Role preference: Fragger/Allrounder/2nd IGL
– Have LAN experience in multiple games
– Willing to relocate for the right opportunity
– 25 years old, eager, passionate and 100% driven