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Joins Splyce's ESEA roster
April 25, 2018
Rickeh has linked up with Splyce as he's been added to their ESEA roster, according to a report from HLTV.org.
The 26-year-old has been inactive since CLG closed their doors on its male CS:GO division at the end of 2017, and since then, Rickeh returned to his home country of Australia until he announced his return to North America. Since returning to North America, Rickeh has been seen playing for Splyce during the DreamHack Open Tours qualifier match; however, he has not played in any official matches. Earlier today he joined Splyce's ESEA roster, which indicates a strong response to his return and the team signing before the Pro League roster lock. It is unclear if Rickeh's addition is permanent or on a temporary basis as neither player nor organization has commented.
Signs with Splyce
April 10, 2018
Splyce has now confirmed the addition of reltuC, filling the void created by roca.
The former CLG member signed with RONIN and participated in a handful of ESEA MDL matches following his free agency a month prior. His time in RONIN was rather short, as the 29-year-old had been seen participating with Splyce in the North American qualifiers for DreamHack Masters Marseille and IEM Sydney. reltuC played in his first official match with Splyce on Sunday through the North American closed qualifier for DreamHack Tours 2018, although once again with no success. reltuC will play his first ESL Pro League match Wednesday against a struggling Team Dignitas.
Splyce sign youngster XotiC
January 30, 2018
Splyce has announced that they have acquired 16-year-old XotiC to their active roster.
Splyce has now added youth to their active roster with the addition of the 16-year-old standout from CLG Academy, XotiC as a result of m1tch's departure earlier this month. XotiC has helped the team recently top the first open qualifier for IEM Katowice with a 2-0 win over compLexity in the final. He has also opened eyes to many through his 2017 run, averaging a 1.19 rating and finding his place in ESEA Premier as well as other North American qualifiers. XotiC will get his debut against Renegades in the IEM Closed qualifier match.
Solid comeback in series split
October 7, 2017
roca went 33/43 on Tuesday in a 1-1 split with SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
roca didn't stand a chance in Game 1 against SK Gaming on Train, with nothing to show besides a team-leading 7/17 KD and 53.9 ADR in the 16-0 blowout. After the Game 1 blowout, roca started off rough in the first half of Inferno on the offense. With a handful of entry kills in an 11-4 deficit at the half, roca quickly turned things around in the second half. A stern and repulsive defense from roca in the second half paid off well as the team won eleven rounds to come back and force overtime. Thanks to roca, his key retakes, and firm B-bombsite holds went the extra mile to earn the extra rounds. The defense from roca continued to ravish the SK men for two rounds before switching sides on an SK win. However, the momentum carried over for roca to close out Game 2 19-16, posting an even 26/26 KD and an 82.5 ADR in the split.
Stern in Game 2 OT win
October 7, 2017
SEMPHIS posted a 33/39 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split with SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Unfortunately for SEMPHIS, his debut in Game 1 was a rather dismal one, with only a 6/16 KD and 45.2 ADR to show for in the 16-0 loss on Train. However, SEMPHIS didn't have a clean start to Game 2 either, with only four rounds claimed for the offense in the 11-4 first-half score. Finally, SEPMHIS broke his slump and fired all cylinders in the second half of Inferno for the defense to tie the game at 13. From there, it was a neck-and-neck battle as rounds flopped side to side, but SEMPHIS stood strong to hold off and force the extra rounds. He continued to reign on the defense to pick up the first two rounds. After an SK win, SEMPHIS got the quick entry-kills to help the offense sweep two rounds for the 19-16 split, posting a 27/23 KD and an 85.5 ADR.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Splyce drop out of CS:GO
May 5, 2018
Splyce has confirmed that they have pulled the plug on CS:GO for an indefinite period.
Splyce has been involved in the CS:GO scene since late 2015, when the company rebranded after operating under the name of Follow Esports. The biggest appearance for the team came when they replaced The Mongolz at the MGL Columbus Major, due to visa issues. Since then, Splyce has struggled to retain their competitive structure as the team will be taking part in the ESL Pro League relegation stage after finishing a disappointing 11th place in the regular season. Splyce CEO Marty "Lazerchicken" Strenczewilk admitted that the team "were not sitting in a great competitive position" and explained that the change will allow the organization to invest more time and resources in their other divisions. It remains unclear at this point whether or not the players will be released from their contracts or transferred.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Set to drop roster
April 26, 2018
Splyce is set to drop their CS:GO roster and pull out of the game, according to a report from HLTV.org
Splyce has struggled to find consistency ever since the team rebranded back in December of 2015. Their biggest offline appearance came at the MLG Columbus Major, after filling the void of TheMongolz in the offline qualifier, due to visa issues preventing the Mongolians from participating in North America's first Major. Splyce will become the third North American organization to pull its plug on Counter-Strike, following CLG and Misfits. A previous report indicated that Rickeh would finish the season for Splyce, however, now it is clear he is merely a stand-in and will continue his free agency.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
roca leaves Splyce
March 17, 2018
The North American organization announced on Twitter that their starter, roca, has stepped down from the active lineup.
Splyce is now without their starting rifler and entry fragger, roca, after the 22-year-old spent exactly a year with the team. According to a report from Dust2.us, the entry fragger failed to reach an agreement with the North American organization over a contract extension. Splyce has set their eyes on former CLG member reltuC, who did not play for RONIN's ESEA MDL match against Most Wanted earlier in the week. For now, Splyce will be fielding aproto from CLG Academy as a stand-in for the team as they participate in the iBUYPOWER Spring Invitational, which kicks off today.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Splyce join WESA
August 1, 2017
The North American organization have now joined forces with the World Esports Association (WESA), the association announced.
Splyce is now joined with WESA and its members on the board beside North, who also joined alongside. Despite the incomplete roster, the organization is looking for replacements around SEMPHIS, which for now the team remains inactive.CEO, Marty Strenczewilk mentioned in WESA's release that the organization now has the "opportunity to work on projects that can have a huge impact on the entirety of esports alongside owners who are as passionate and dedicated as we are." Splyce and North are the two recent additions which will now bring in to a total of 14 members since the additions of SK Gaming, Renegades, OpTic Gaming, and FaZe Clan who joined earlier this year.