In just a few days before their first match in the second season of DPC, High Coast Esports shocked the scene after it dropped its roster and had taken a full exit from Dota 2 completely.
In a Twitter post, High Coast Esports tweeted that the organization is taking a financial hit which forced them to end their Dota 2 run.
“Our journey ends here, we’re sad to say that our time in DOTA 2 ends today. Due to the financial hit backs we have faced we are forced to release our DOTA team immediately.
We wish them the best of luck, and we hope that we’ll see them in TI10. #HighCoastOut” the post read.
Beast Coast finished with a 3-12 standing in the upper division which relegated them down the lower division for season two.
Following their shaky performance, High Coast’s commitment to the scene was forced to an end leading to the release of all five players, and their management team signaling a full exit all entirely because of their ‘financial hit backs’.
“Sometimes things don’t work out the way you want them to,” Robert “GREVEN” Gavelin told, the CEO and co-founder of High Coast.
“This was one of those times and I am both sad and ashamed that we couldn’t keep this train going, but without fuel, it’s hard to keep moving.” he sadly added.
As of date, none of the members have released their statements regarding the ‘bankruptcy’. Although it looks like they are now to take back their Chicken Fighters moniker as they are set to face Team Bald Reborn on April 17.