Prophecy, who finished second to Epsilon in the inaugural season of the Gfinity Elite Series, have parted ways with their CS:GO roster.

The British esports organization Prophecy was represented by a mixture of European players since June, when they picked up the likes of Ádám “koloRRR” Domoszlay, Vladyslav“arch” Svistov and Fredrik “slap” Junbrant. The team, lead by former Epsilon member Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen, competed exclusively in the Gfinity Elite Series.

kalle will be on the lookout for a new team

Prophecy finished third out of eight teams in the regular season of the league, earning a spot in the playoffs. There, they defeated EnVyUs Academy in the semi-final, but lost the grand final to Epsilon, placing second.

Despite the high placing, Prophecy decided to part ways with the six-man roster that represented them over the last three months, meaning that the following players are now free agents:

Norway Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen
Sweden Max “quix” Lindkvist
Sweden Fredrik “slap” Junbrant
Ukraine Vladyslav “arch” Svistov
Hungary Fodor “FLEAV” Levente
Hungary Ádám “koloRRR” Domoszlay

In the meantime, the Hungarian duo FLEAV and koloRRRwere seen playing for volgare, who are set to compete in the Esports Balkan League, kalle played the WCA qualifiers with a Swedish mix AWTR, while slap stood in for Red Reserve at the end of August, but doesn’t seem to be sticking with the squad.