UK CSGO organisation uFrag Gaming is looking to merge with another org or acquire investor backing.
In a post titled ‘The Future of uFrag’ posted on their official website, the org first confirmed the disbanding of their CSGO roster.
Founder Elliot “Sed” Brown admitted that uFrag has reached a point where the resources they have are ‘not sufficient’ for what the org needs.
Because of this, they are now open to discussing a potential merger with another org or opportunities with one or more investors.
“We have always operated on a low budget for the most part and as much as in hindsight there is always a list of things we could have done better,” Elliot said.
“I am still incredibly confident that given the right resources we can make uFrag into a leading UK esports organisation.”
“As from today, I will be looking and evaluating all options regarding the future of uFrag. On a personal front due to a change in circumstances, I can no longer provide what I feel is needed in order for ourselves to really make an impact which is why we are open to discussions relating to investment or a potential merger in order to sustain what we have and our ability to grow.
“I am still incredibly confident that given the right resources that between myself and those currently within uFrag whether it be staff, players, content creators we can make it into a leading UK esports organisation and I wouldn’t be wasting my own time if I did not believe this to be the case.”
Those interested in talking to uFrag can email Elliot@ufrag.org or contact @uF_Elliot on Twitter.
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