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Summary of Changes So Far
- Evil Geniuses Acquire geoo as Necrox Fills Coach Role
- Spacestation Gaming Swaps Shuttle for Bryan
- Mousesports officially welcomes England
3. (Mousesports) +England
Replacing the departing player of Neptunez, England unofficially joined the team over 5 weeks ago for the US Nationals Stage 1 Finals however the move was only officially confirmed by the organisation just prior to DreamHack Montreal. England previously played on Elevate/CLG alongside Skys and LaXInG in which he was crowned XBOX World Champion at the 2017 Six Invitational and then, 6 months later, made it to the Grand Finals of PC Pro League Season 5 where they lost against PENTA Sports.
2. (EG) +geoo -BKN, Necrox (to coach)
Geoo has previously played for Rogue during Season 7 and the early part of Season 8 after being dropped from the roster of CLG. geoo’s performance on Rogue has been somewhat mediocre however the team as whole have been performing consistently. During the Paris Major, geoo’s performance was greatly improved becoming one of the top rated players of the team during the playoffs, where unfortunately the team failed to beat Evil Geniuses in the semifinal.
geoo will replace Necrox who will now take up the coaching role in the absence of BKN. This is the teams first roster change since the Evil Geniuses acquired the team from Continuum. The team will be looking to prove themselves this weekend at DreamHack Montreal.
EG has also announced that Peter Chau will be joining the organisation as their Manager.
- (SSG) -Shuttle +Bryan
Bryan previously joined Rogue in September last year and played with the team at Six Invitational where the team achieved a place in the Semifinals before being knocked out by Evil Geniuses. Bryan continued with Rogue through Season 7 where the team achieved first place in the online season and once again exiting in the semifinals this time at the hands of G2 (previously known as Penta Sports).
The first half of Season 8 has been a great start for both Spacestation Gaming (currently 3rd) and Rogue (currently 2nd) and both teams will be looking forward to showing what this change means to them this weekend at DreamHack Montreal.