Rocket League roster moves on

Legacy Esports thanks cyrix, Siki and Daze and substitute Noizee for their efforts in Rocket League in 2018.

At the end of this month, the current Rocket League roster will leave Legacy, having represented the organisation for the last nine months.

Legacy’s Rocket League manager Tyson ‘SOMA’ Harris will stay on board while Legacy looks at new Rocket League teams in early 2019.

Head of Esports Tim Wendel thanked the team for their hard work in 2018.

“I’d like to thank the Rocket League boys for all their hard work this year. The team has been a pleasure to work with and I wish them the best for 2019.”

Since Legacy picked up the team in February, the team finished in the top-two in the Throwdown OCE Championships and placed third in the Throwdown OCE Open Series.

They also attended the Gfinity LAN competition under Ground Zero and participated in the Red Cross #beatloneliness charity event.

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