As part of their preparation for upcoming online and international tournaments, Team SoloMid’s CS:GO team has relocated to the San Francisco Bay area.Taking advantage of a dedicated practice facility inside of the Logitech office, the team will prepare and play matches from a private LAN setup with their Logitech G gear.
We are announcing the departure of Bora ‘Yellowstar’ Kim from the TSM organization.
After an extremely long process to secure a visa for Leffen, we are extremely pleased to announce that we have secured him entry to the United States to compete in upcoming Smash tournaments.
We would like to announce that Vincent ‘Biofrost’ Wang has passed the first phase of our support tryout. We found that he was the best North American candidate to move forward with, and he will be flying with the team to compete for the position alongside other candidates in Korea.
Team Solomid is seeking a live-in team manager for our CS:GO roster. The primary objective of the job is to ensure that the players have their out-of-game concerns addressed so that they may focus on their practice and play at the highest level.
After the Spring Split playoffs, our support Bora ‘YellOwStaR’ Kim has expressed a desire to return to Europe for the remainder of the season.
We are pleased to announce that Andrew ‘Ivy’ Ivers has been officially signed as a starting member of our Call of Duty squad.
After extensive thought and discussion between both parties, TSM and Jordan “Proof” Cannon have agreed to part ways.
In the past couple of years, Vainglory has made a standout mark in the mobile gaming industry as highly competitive MOBA.
We are announcing that TSM and Daniel ‘vice’ Kim will be parting ways at the end of his trial period. The TSM CS:GO team and management would like to thank
KC was released yesterday on February 15th in the evening.
We would like to announce that we have acquired the now ex-Rush Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 lineup to represent Team Solomid in the 2016 CoD: World League.
We’re pleased to announce that Valkrin and Gosu will be joining TSM.
We are extremely excited to announce the new CSGO team roster that will represent TSM for 2016.
GEICO and Team Solomid (TSM), a world leader in e-sports, announce a new partnership in the expanding world of e-sports.
As some of you may know, Genesis 3, one of the biggest Smash tournaments is taking place this Friday. Although Leffen has been preparing for the event for a long time, it is with great disappointment that we announce today he will be unable to attend Genesis 3.
As our SMITE team’s contracts come to an end, we have decided that we will not be resigning the young roster.
- TSM CS:GO Team Update
As the major 2015 CS:GO tournament circuits come to a close, so does the contract with our now released CS:GO roster consisting of Andreas ‘Xyp9x’ Højsleth, René ‘cajunb’ Borg, Finn ‘karrigan’ Andersen, Peter ‘dupreeh’ Rothmann, and Nicolai ‘device’ Reedtz. It is with a heavy heart that we part ways with the talented squad, nonetheless on amicable terms. Our past year with the Danish team has been filled with many successes, scoring first place finishes in many large tournaments. It is with these successes that the squad became known as one of the top five teams in the world.
Despite this, we at TSM and the team mutually agree that letting their contract expire and allowing them to seek a new organization is for the best. As TSM operates out of Los Angeles, the large time zone difference and distance separating us and the team creates large issues with accessibility.
As such, the newly released squad will be seeking an organization within Europe that will grant them a larger amount of control and flexibility. Meanwhile, our organization seeks to build a new CS:GO team to be based near LA. We wish the old roster many blessings, and bid them adieu.
“The CS:GO team was a wonderful pleasure to work with. They were a group of extremely talented and hardworking players, and it is a great shame to see them go. I wish them the best of luck for the future.”
-Andy ‘Reginald’ Dinh
“We were really happy to work for the TSM organization. They provided us with everything we wanted for the entire year, and did their best to keep us happy. However, our long term visions did not align, and we believed that it was the best for both parties to part. We would like to thank TSM for all they’ve done for us, and hope to meet their new roster at future tournaments”
- Andreas ‘Xyp9x’ Højsleth, René ‘cajunb’ Borg, Finn ‘karrigan’ Andersen,
Peter ‘dupreeh’ Rothmann, and Nicolai ‘device’ Reedtz