With the end of the year shuffle now in full swing, Conquest has announced that they are letting team coach Paul “pauLy” Guerboyan go from the organization.

“This came as a result of a mutual agreement upon discussing the future of the brand,” they said in their statement, “We are thankful for pauLy’s contribution to the organization, and both pauLy and the team remain on amicable terms; we wish him the best of luck in the future.”

PauLy, who has been in the pro scene since Counter-Strike 1.6, left Tectonic back in late October to join Conquest as their team coach, which was also when Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz signed on. Since he began coaching the CS:GO team, Conquest found themselves placing in the lower end of top 4 at premier events such as CEVO Season 8 and the ESL ESEA Pro League Season 2 – North America, but were only able to place 7th-8th at iBUYPOWER.

While the team’s results under pauLy certainly haven’t been terrible by any means, they apparently weren’t what the organization was hoping for. It is currently unknown if Conquest has already scoped out a new player to take on the role of coach yet.

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