Team EnVyUs announced Thursday the signing of three players to comprise a competitive Rocket League team.
Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) Season 3 World Champions and former members of Northern Gaming, David “Deevo” Morrow, Nicolai “Maestro” Bang, and Remco “remkoe” den Boer will now play under the EnVyUs banner.
“We’re very thankful for the opportunity to expand our organization into Rocket League with the best roster on the planet,” Mike Rufail, team owner and CEO of EnVyUs, said in a statement. “With all of the great things Rocket League brings to esports, we hope our fans are excited to support these guys in their continued success. We also think we can help accelerate the growth of Rocket League as a competitive esports title in the future. That’s one of our ultimate goals with this transaction alongside giving top tier support to these players.”
Rocket League has enjoyed massive success since its release and has exploded into popularity, quickly organizing a competitive league. A major American television network NBC Sports announced Thursday that it will broadcast an open 2-v-2 tournament for Rocket League with a nationally televised grand final in August.
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