Vox Eminor have announced that they have parted ways with their CS:GO team.

The Australian team are ready to take the next step in their development after establishing themselves as a top force and will reveal their future in the coming days.

During their time in Vox Eminor, the team attended several international events, including two majors, ESL One Cologne 2014 and ESL One Katowice, crashing out of both tournaments in the group stage.

The Australian team’s future will be announced in a few days

But during the team’s latest trip to Europe, for Gfinity Spring Masters 2, they were able to show great promise, beating Team Liquid and holding fnatic to a draw.

“Today is a very sad day. Three years ago I could have never imagined that we would have achieved so much under the Vox Eminor brand,” Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill said in a statement.

“We have grown as a team and as an organisation over the years, and we are now an internationally known name – with a loyal legion of fans that span the globe.

“Vox Eminor and the legacy we have built feels more like a family than an organisation and the man sitting at the head of the table and making this all happen was Richard “Talnoy” Lawes.

“The team will be known as Legion for the interim and we will be announcing our future soon.”

The news will fuel rumours that the team could soon be moving to North America – a possibility that Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill himself raised last night on Twitter.

ESEA caster Jason “moses” O’Toole replied to the tweet saying he would like to see the Australians compete in the ESL ESEA Pro League, though this would automatically require changes to the tournament’s promotion and relegation system.

The Australian team, who will be attending ESWC 2015, in Montreal, next month, currently have:

Luke “Havoc” Paton
Chad “SPUNJ” Burchill
Justin “jks” Savage
Aaron “AZR” Ward
Yaman “Yam” Ergenekon