The Ukrainian squad is no longer part of CR4ZY.

CR4ZY have announced that they have decided to part ways with their esports teams. The Croatian organization cites the ongoing pandemic as the reason for the drastic move, explaining that the limitations stemming from the global situation caused the management to reevaluate its strategy.

A change of direction for the remainder of 2020 will see CR4ZY shift focus towards “smaller esports projects and products” while it develops a new strategy for the upcoming year.

The CS:GO roster around coach Ivan “⁠Johnta⁠” Shevtsov finds itself without a home after an eight-month stint with CR4ZY. The team, previously known as Project X, peaked at No. 44 in the rankings at the end of August after a couple of lineup changes and some mixed results, highlighted by a promising appearance in the WePlay! Clutch Masters RMR tournament.

The 33-year-old coach stated on Twitter that the team will remain together and called on prospective organizations to contact him.

CR4ZY had:

  •  Sergey “⁠Sergiz⁠” Atamanchuk
  •  Alexandr “⁠Psycho⁠” Zlobin
  •  Dmitriy “⁠SENSEi⁠” Shvorak
  •  Sergiy “⁠DemQQ⁠” Demchenko
  •  Evgeniy “⁠7oX1C⁠” Motsevoy
  •  Ivan “⁠Johnta⁠” Shevtsov (coach)
  • Igor “⁠dERZKIY⁠” Radosavlevich (bench)

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