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Epsilon release kalle

The Norwegian player Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen
will no longer be a part of Epsilon as the team will explore
new options.

The Swedish squad
Epsilon
have announced on their website that
Karl-William “kalle” Haraldsen
will no longer
be a part of the team as he has been released with immediate
effect.

Only two months ago the Norwegian player was acquired by

Epsilon
after filling in for them as stand-in since
November 2016, replacing
Joakim “disco doplan” Gidetun
, who had signed
for
fnatic
.


kalle is no longer a part of Epsilon 

During
kalle
‘s time in the Swedish team, he helped them win the
World Cyber Arena 2016 Finals with a 3-0 victory versus

VG.CyberZen
in the final.

At his last event with
Epsilon
,
kalle
and co. made it to the quarterfinals in the main
tournament at Copenhagen Games 2017 before losing out to

BIG
.


Epsilon
have not said much about the reason behind the
release of
kalle
but stated that the team will be looking into other
options.

“The team have decided to explore new options and will
be looking at alternatives over the coming days,” an Epsilon
statement read.

“We would like to place on record our thanks to Kalle
for his efforts during his time with the team and wish him
luck in whatever he undertakes next.

“More information will be released as and when we have
it. For the present time, the team are looking at options and
seeing who would be a good fit for the team dynamics.”

That leaves
Epsilon
with only three members, who are the
following:

André
BARBARR” Möller

 Fredrik
REZ” Sterner

 Fredrik
freddieb” Buö

We would like to place on record our thanks to Kalle for his
efforts during his time with the team and wish him luck in
whatever he undertakes next.

More information will be released as and when we have it. For
the present time, the team are looking at options and seeing
who would be a good fit for the team dynamics.

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