Today we unfortunately have to announce the release of our Dota 2 Roster.— Chaos EC☣️ (@ChaosEC) March 25, 2020
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Apparently, the costs to keep the players were too high for Chaos. With the DPC not taking place as originally planned, the organisation struggled financially and needs to shift its focus now, as CEO Greg Laird explained:
The organisation also calls to potential new sponsors or orgs to get in contact with their manager Jack Chen.
Chaos will still take part at the LA Major
Chaos successfully qualified for the ESL One Los Angeles 2020 in February. Tournament organiser ESL announced on Wednesday that the Major will not be completely cancelled but played online instead.
According to team manager Chen, the team will still attend the online tournament and play as Quincy Crew. His additional "as far as I know" however implies that the situation is not completely resolved by now. He also confirmed on his Twitter that the team stays together and continues to practice and compete.
We will be playing as Quincy crew afaik— Jack Chen (@KBBQDotA) March 25, 2020
Source: Chaos EC official homepage
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