In two years he has been one of the team's biggest stars, but now the Danish Counter-Strike player Valdemar 'val' Bear Vangså been sold.
It enlightens the Danish large groups North in a press release Monday.
"As you all may already know, is the time to I need to try something new and pursue a new path in my career. I can notice on myself, that it is the right decision," says 'val'.
Back in October was the Danish player benched from the crew, and has not been in action since.
Since has been massive rumors that stjernespilleren would switch to the international organization AND, but it remains to be seen who the Danish player has been purchased.
In a lengthy posting on his Twitter profile tells 'val' is also honest about his time in the North, which now is over.
'I have been disappointed with myself and the fact that I have not done it better in the last few months in the North, but I have learned so much about who I want to be as a player, and I look forward to 2020 as the year where I will take the next step in the journey towards becoming an even better and more complete player,' he writes, among other things.
North has been through a sea of changes over the years and is now way down on the a position as number 22 in the world.
Back in may threw the team captain Casper 'cadiaN' Møller of the team, and now is 'val' also, finally, the past record of the organization.
It is Danish René 'cajunb' Borg, who have taken over the square. The replacement came already, since 'val' was benched back in the middle of October.
In spite of the many substitutions and fluctuating performance, then Norths new director, Christopher Håkonsson, sure that the crew will come back strong in 2020.
"the North has a lot of unfulfilled potential. With a new and clear strategy which we are currently working on to do is finish in both the sports section and in the rest of the organization, then I believe that we will develop ourselves strong in 2020," he says in the press release.
North of the Philip 'aizy' Aistrup, Markus 'Kjaerbye' Kjærbye, Nicklas 'street' Street, James 'JUGi' Hansen and René 'cajunb' Borg.
the Next task for them will be in this week, where together with the world's elite participating in the ESL Pro League Finals in Odense.
the First task is Wednesday, where the Danish boys take on Team Liquid.Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 19:00