Just Error; 404 team not found
The star-studded stack Just Error has already disbanded after disappointing performances in events.
Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev confirmed that the team would in fact be dissolved. The famed CIS player cited a lack of belief in their ability to play together.
It takes more than just individual success or skill to form a team and even more to win championships as we've already explored in the past with our feature about crafting a winning team.
It seems that Just Error got a dose of that medicine themselves. RAMZES explained further in his post
Initially, we did not plan to play Epic League, but in the end, we decided to play, and probably this can be called a wrong decision.
The old patch, in which everyone can already play, the language barrier, time zones, ping, lack of normal training-all this played a role in our unsuccessful performance. My playing form now also leaves much to be desired.
The team was rumored to be courted by a big European organization offering approximately $100,000 per month.
We did not want to let down our new organization, to bind ourselves with contracts and unnecessary obligations in a situation where we were not 100% confident in ourselves and our teammates. We can say that this is the end of the story of Just Error.
Just Error took a disappointing 5-6th place finish at EPIC League Division 2, earning a whole $2,500 to split between the five players for their time.
With the DPC just around the corner, gearing up mid-January,
Alexey "Solo" Berezin, Vladimir "No[o]ne" Minenko, Bakyt "Zayac" Emilzhanov, Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev and Syed Sumail "SumaiL" Hassan — might just be the hottest group of free agents on the market.