The team made an announcement on Tuesday stating that due to time constraints and DDoS problems, participating in the online league wasn't viable.
However Patrik 'cArn' Sättermon has told fnatic.com that after talking to ESL staff, the team have decided to play in the competition following their return from Beijing next week.
"I would like to use this moment to thank ESL for listening to our concerns and we do hope the upcoming season will run smoothly. I also want to send my apologizes to the community for the confusion we have caused in the past week but I promise we will pay you back in terms of intensive games in the season 3."
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