The Budapest Five management continues to educate their fans about the changes coming to their CS: GO roster. Now it was Andras 'coolio' Ferksak's turn to leave the team. Earlier, Dion 'FASHR' Derksen and Martin 'mar' Kuyumdzhiev left the band. After kory, fleav and coolio were the three of them, the club management regularly found replacements for vacancies to participate in various competitions. The results of the Budapest Five were very disappointing and in this regard it was decided to change their roster. Probably, representatives of Budapest Five will soon report on a complete disband, and it will be followed either by retirement from esports/discipline, or by the collection of a new CS: GO roster.
The last more or less good result for Budapest Five came at the end of September. Then BP5 took 2nd place at the Y-Games PRO Series 2021 and the team earned ~ $ 3,500. In the final they lost 2-3 in the fight against ENTERPRISE.
Andras 'coolio' Ferksak joined the Budapest Five on May 29, 2020. As part of this team, he achieved the greatest success in his career and earned the most prize money. The most serious victories along with BP5 can be considered championships such as TippmixPro Masters (~ $ 7,300), Magyar Esport Bajnokság Spring 2021 ($ 6,800), Hungarian National Esport Championship: Season 2 (~ $ 4,220) and GameBuddy Challenge Cup (~ $ 8,245). Where coolion will continue his career is currently unknown. At his Twitlonger, the CS: GO player said that he had a difficult period lately and now he is ready to develop. He recalled that in Budapest Five he played the role of captain and announced his readiness to take any role except a sniper.
Currently, only Cornel 'kory' Szedlar and Levente 'fleav' Fodor are listed in the active CS: GO roster of Budapest Five. They have been in BP5 for a long time. The first became part of the organization on May 29, 2020, and fleav signed a contract on June 25, 2020. Patrick 'bodito' Boda, who joined BP5 at the same time as kory, went inactive on April 19, 2021 and is still on the bench to this day.