Sean ‘Probe’ Kempen joins Legacy Esports as we debut in StarCraft II

Legacy Esports is proud to announce Starcraft II Australian Champion, Sean ‘Probe’ Kempen, will be joining the organisation.

Currently ranked 15th in the world on the WCS Circuit Standings, Sean brings a wealth of international experience representing his country and region on multiple occasions, and continues to set the bar for the best player in Australia and New Zealand in Starcraft II.

Tomorrow , Sean heads off to Dreamhack Valencia Spain to stake his claim to be one of the best players in the world, and we here at Legacy esports are proud to partner with him on this journey.

Blizzards Starcraft was one of the first game titles (1998) to really make an impact on the world as an esport. Today in 2017, Starcraft II continues to be a title that sets a benchmark for competitive performance in esports, and is still adding to a rich history of amazing competitions worldwide.

Legacy Esports looks forward to supporting and developing Sean to become the best player he can be and we wish him well at Dreamhack Valencia.

“Having Sean join the Legacy Esports organisation is a fantastic outcome for both Legacy, Sean and for the many Starcraft fans here in Australia and overseas. He brings a wealth of international experience to our organisation and we look forward to providing a high performance environment to help Sean’s continual improvement” stated Nigel Smart, COO at Adelaide Football Club

You can follow Sean’s experience at Dreamhack Valencia from his twitter @probe_sc2 and on our account @LegacyOCE

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