GODSENT will no longer be competing at the WESG 2016 Grand Finals, tournament organizers announced Wednesday.
The tournament, which features a $1.5 million prize pool, was scheduled to take place less than 16 hours after the announcement was made. In a post on their website, WESG stated that it was the team’s decision not to compete and “the reasons of that decision are unknown.”
A statement from the team will reportedly be released later today.
GODSENT was originally slated to compete in Group C against Space Soldiers, Signature, Team Kinguin, FIVE eSports Club and Bravado Gaming.