posted by NanaKrustofski,
Lower Division participant High Coast Esports part ways with their Dota 2 division after only three months due to financial issues. Update:

The team's offlaner Rasmus 'Chessie' Blomdin followed with a tweet later this Thursday, stating that the players decided to leave the organisation. According to the 28-year old, High Coast Esports allegedly did not pay the salaries they promised. He further explained that the five ex-members will continue to compete under their former team name Chicken Fighters.

Original article:

Swedish organisation High Coast Esports are releasing their Dota 2 roster, as they announced on social media this Thursday, 15 April. The Twitter post states financial issues as reason behind their decision.

The five players are currently competing in the DPC21: S2 - WEU Lower Division, but there is no information yet about what their new team name is going to be.

The team participated in three tournaments: the Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 1 (4th place), the EPIC League Season 3 Division 1 (3rd place) and the DPC21: S1 - EU Upper Division (8th place). As they finished last in the first DPC Season, the squad was relegated to the Lower Division of the current DPC season.

The line-up of former High Coast Esports

Photo credit: Beyond the Summit