All remaining players, the coach, and even the team's content creator have left the organisation.
It was only a few days ago that Eric "Snip3down" Wrona decided to retire from professional Halo and make a return to the Apex Legends scene, leaving eUnited with an incomplete Halo roster. Now today, we can add that the esports organisation is parting ways with the remaining members of its Halo team.
As announced on Twitter, eUnited has thanked the members of the team for its time, and as for exactly who is departing the organisation, those individuals are the remaining player roster; Timothy "Rayne" Tinkler, Ryan "RyaNoob" Geddes, Ayden "Suspector" Hill, coach Kyle "Chig" Lawson, and finally content creator Jennifer "Echidna" Hal.
As eUnited is a partnered team for the Halo Championship Series, we can expect the team to make announcements about who it will sign and field for the 2023 season in the lead up to the competitive scene returning.