Not long after Squared Prospect
secured a second placing in this year's edition of Intel Challenge Katowice, the organization,
, has chosen to release its male division. In a statement to Croatian csadria.org, Marko "BajonseN" Jovanović confirmed the news and the reasoning behind it. According to him, the organization wants to continue their support towards its women's team and seek to Denmark for a new male team.
"Squared will focus on its female team that secured a second place at Intel Challenge Katowice, as well as searching for a new men's team in Denmark where the organization comes from", Jovanović said to csadria.org.
The men were last seen qualifying for CSadria Clan Championship and will keep their place in the league if at least three of the players will continue to play together. Even though the organization now frees their team, ties to Serbia will remain as Kristina "zon1Q" Stevanović
persists in the female team. Stevanović and her teammates will play their next tournament in Denmark at Copenhagen Games 2018, which is set to start on March 28th.
The organization continues to support their female squad, Squared Prospect
The team that qualified for CSadria Clan Championship as Squared Esports are now free agents
More information about the men's team and its core csadria.org (Croatian)