eUnited part ways with PUBG roster

Aleena Zafar
Dec 25

The North American esports organization eUnited has announced that it has parted ways with its PUBG roster. The team represented the colors of the club for nine months, bringing the tag several exciting victories. However, now the players' contracts with the organization have come to an end, as a result of which they have become free agents.

eUnited unveiled its latest roster in February, signing Fludd, Kickstart, Relo, Snakers and coach Trevor. Last season, the team managed to become the winner of ESL PUBG Masters: Americas Phase 1 and ESL PUBG Masters: Americas Phase 2, as well as get into the TOP-2 at the end of PUBG Continental Series 7: Americas.

In addition, the team showed an outstanding result, finishing fourth in PUBG Continental Series 6: Americas and PUBG Global Championship 2022.

According to the players themselves, they are ready to find a new organization to represent next season: "Our team hopes to hold championships in the new organization next season." Notably, Relo singled out the termination of his contract with eUnited as the reason for leaving the club.

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