MVP PK leave CS:GO as players eye Valorant

MVP PK has parted with its CS:GO roster as the team’s players are focused on a move to Valorant, according to a report by Fomos translated by

MVP PK has competed in only two events this year and finished fourth in the East Asia closed qualifier for the Asia Minor. The well-known South Korean organization entered the CS:GO scene in 2015, and MVP PK won the eXTREMESLAND 2018 Asia Finals and Cobx Masters.

However, the team routinely struggled on the bigger international stages, and Seon-Ho “xeta” Son parted with the team on New Year’s Eve.

“Too many ups and down we’ve been through since i joined this team,” xeta tweeted at the time. “I can say it was really good memories and was full of enjoyable moments while living in same house, eating , practicing , won/lose tournaments together. And i’ve seen some of my teammates left the team. Definetely it was one of painful moment i had of course.”

MVP PK’s roster joins Japanese team Absolute in stepping away from CS:GO to focus on Valorant.

–Field Level Media

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