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Frag Dominant Release CS Team

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - Frag Dominant management have confirmed rumors that they have released former EG.usa.

The former EG.usa team, Frag Dominant, and Frag Dominant management officially parted ways today.

"The decision to release the squad had been in discussion a couple of times over the past month," said Orlando Garcia, President and CEO of Frag Dominant, LLC.  "I had been informed before pursuing this team about their roster problems, but felt that after our discussion with the guys, we wouldn't come across these types of issues. Sending an unprepared team to one of the Country's largest offline tournaments isn't something that myself, or any organization at that matter, would be satisfied with.

"We were forced to wait until only days before the event to finalize travel and accommodation fees due to an uncertain roster; which lead us to our final decision." he added.

The Frag Dominant roster problems is nothing new, as Frag Dominant have had roster trouble for a very long time.  It seemed this new roster would work very well together, however, as they had performed very well at the KODE5 USA Finals in Dallas, Texas at Lethal Gamers.  They placed third, just behind Team x3o and Gravitas Gaming.

This change has been rumored for several days after different fans and Insider eSports staff members spotted Kevin "aZn" Wang detagging and parting the Frag Dominant channel.  Several ex-Frag Dominant players are rumored to be going to Team x3o.

The Frag Dominant roster at the time of release was:

Nazar "steno" Vynnytsky

Michael "chE" Guevara

Scott "evolution" Cavallero

Liridon "quas" Ademaj

Kevin "aZn" Wang

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quote#1 US peawok 19/03/2009 - 15:27:39
Good luck to the former players =(

quote#2 US JimmyNR 19/03/2009 - 20:54:12
aZn can't stay on one team for more than a month lolol

quote#3 US GCTVN-Justin 19/03/2009 - 23:56:19
Bad idea imo. Even though the team was "unprepared" they beat out some of the top US teams to claim third place in the tournament. They played very well, I thought.

quote#4 US Portland 22/03/2009 - 18:55:25
Originally posted by US GCTVN-JustinBad idea imo. Even though the team was "unprepared" they beat out some of the top US teams to claim third place in the tournament. They played very well, I thought.
I agree, I thought they were a good team skill wise, and I thought their kode5 performance was good.

quote#5 US GCTVN-Justin 23/03/2009 - 10:30:14
Oh, and 4/5 of that roster just came 1st place in the ETS BYOC LAN

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