Team Vitality gave up on PUBG
The drama on the scene continues with yet another European squad disbanding - Team Vitality members would not longer perform together. Check out the official statement from Yoan "Shadow1k" Lingrand, who has been a part of the team from the time it has won the IEM Oakland back in 2017.
It's been a long journey with team Vitality.
These past two years have been full of memories that I will never forget.
I truly liked to compete in all these Lans across the world.
I've learned a lot about myself and the way to lead a team. It was something new to me.
I never stopped to work hard to be a better player and a better teammate.
It was not perfect, I know I could have done more.
There is always something that you need to improve.
But, everything has its end.
Like you know, the team went through different issues.
We’ve tried a lot of strategies: we changed rosters, positions, but none of that worked.
I don't want to go in detail about all the bullshit we've faced recently.
Krama said most of it.
During the relegation phase, we never gave up, even if we felt betrayed by one of ours, even if we felt we were playing as 3. And I'm proud of Krama & Nasus for it.
We did our job while remaining professional as best we could.
Now, it's time to go forward.
I won’t stop training, I still want to prove myself more.
I need to find back this thirst of victory that I've always had.
Thanks to Krama, Nasus & Sahra.
Thanks to Vitality for the support along those years.
And last, but not least, I thank our fans, who have always supported us, no matter what.
Team Vitality former roster:
- Yoan "Shadow1k" Lingrand
- Jonny "Jazza" McVea
- Florian "NasusPls" Huberty
- Dylan "Krama" Catalano
- Benjamin "mOnKeY" Lartigue (bench)