Australian esports organization ORDER and Jordan "Hatz" Bajic have parted ways ahead of the competitive season's return.
"Not only a member of our current squad, Hatz also represented ORDER from our inception up until late 2019, leading to domestic dominance and multiple international appearances at events such as the WESG World Finals and multiple ESEA MDL Global Challenges," noted ORDER's statement.
24-year-old Australian CS:GO player leaves ORDER after two months of joining the team. He joined ORDER in June along with the entire squad which was acquired from Renegades. However, Hatz had played for ORDER before joining Renegades.
"I've worked with Jordan (Hatz) all the way back from the beginning of Renegades - over the years, he's been a teammate, long term house mate, dominant CS force, and most importantly a great friend to not only myself but the entire team throughout. This team has always been a group consisting of real friendships and for that, it's with an incredibly heavy heart to see him go. Jordan, the boys and I sincerely wish you the best of luck in whatever may be next! There's no doubt that we'll see you around for a good time again," said team manager William "MrGrayhound" Gray.
Hatz only got to play at two events during his time at ORDER - the ESL Pro League Season 16 Conference in June and IEM Cologne in July.
The team has yet to make an announcement about his replacement.
ORDER CS:GO’s current roster is: