No, there's 1. A professional company with dozens of employees, that puts out generally shit-tier work for brainlets.
The rest simply take that script and touch it up a little. There aren't any actual sub groups left, they all died years ago when the pros moved in.
Even back when there was a fansub scene for anime, it was pretty routine to see a show dropped for a month because of some drama. It was very rare to see a show with more than 2 choices for subs, usually there was just one.
What you kids don't seem to understand is that nobody "owes" you a sub. You're entirely at the whims of random people doing shit for no pay, and if you don't like the current situation, then you personally could pretty easily fix it within 2 years. Oh, but that would require effort, right?
There's nothing stupider than complaining about X getting translated over Y. Somebody wanted to work on X, nobody wanted to work on Y. The world isn't fair, that's why there are a dozen groups competing to get the first translation of one piss out every week, and you'll never even hear about 90% of manga.
Translating a show like GCCX is a lot more involved than shitting out an anime sub. You need to translate all the on-screen text, and translate natural dialogue instead of simplified written dialogue. And each episode is 3 times the length of an animu, so no wonder nobody can be bothered. Learn the language or shut up and wait.