The team Liquids is looking for a new org to join its pro Apex roster

The team Liquids is looking for a new org to join its pro Apex roster ...

Team Liquid appears to be moving away from its entire professional Apex Legends roster as of today afternoon. While the club will continue to compete under the Team Liquid banner for the time being, its players are now actively looking for a new organization to represent.

Brandon Nocturnal Singer, who has been with the organization since 2019, announced his decision in a tweet soliciting sponsorship for the forthcoming ALGS Pro League, which begins in November.

With a heavy heart.As of today, Team Liquid allows us to accept roster offers. We're open to all offers, whether solo or as a team. We've got control over our pro league spot and we're more hungry than ever. Join us on Twitter @DfolodBSrB.

Nocturnal wrote with a heavy heart. Were open to all offers, whether solo or as a group. We have control over our pro league spot and were hungry as ever.

Liquid's roster has been doing phenomenally well recently, earning $24,000 for a 12th-place finish at the recent Raleigh Championship LAN, outperforming many of the best Apex teams in the world.

With a second-place finish in a weekly Esports Arena event, the news appeared to come as a surprise to the team as well.

Haris Hodsic Hodzic, the Liquids' coach, has also sought for a new position, stating in his own Twitter announcement that the team has one of the best rosters on the scene. So far, there has been no indication whether Liquid plans to leave the Apex scene for the now.

Nocturnal posted on Twitter just an hour before the announcement: Today might make it into the top three worst days of my life so far.