The esports organisation CLG has announced that it will be stepping away from competing in the Fortnite space. Announced in a statement on Twitter, we're told that the game no longer aligns with the team's strategic goals, and that despite being proud of its history in the scene, it will be leaving it behind.
"Today we are announcing that we are stepping away from the Fortnite competitive scene," reads the statement. "We are beyond proud of our team and what they have accomplished in their time with us, but ultimately we have decided this title does not fit with our broader strategic goals."
The statement continues, "With this decision, we also have released Ajerss, ClarityG, and Tocata from their contracts. These three have been incredible to work with, and we know that they will be an asset wherever they go next. No matter what, they will always be a part of the CLG family."
Speaking about the matter, Tocata has taken to Twitter to add:
"With CLG exiting Fortnite, my contract has come to an end.
"I'll forever be grateful for the opportunity over the last three years.
"While this concludes a memorable chapter in my career, it also starts an exciting new one for 2023.