The recent WSOE champions are one of at least two teams Fnatic are looking at.

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The recently crowned WSOE 4: Rocket League Showdown champions are on the move (Credit: ESP Gaming / WSOE)

Recently off the back of lifting the trophy at the first Rocket League LAN event of 2019, FlipSid3’s current Rocket League roster could potentially be making a move to Fnatic in the next few weeks.

FlipSid3 have had a strong start at the beginning of this year. After losing Austrian starlet Maurice “Yukeo” Weihs to Dignitas on the eve of the WSOE tournament, the team acquired the services of Red Reserve’s Jack “Speed” Packwood-Clarke on loan. From there, the team finished top of the group stage before defeating Cloud9 and NRG in the playoffs to take the tournament.

After this strong performance, sources have confirmed that Speed will be joining the duo of David “miztik” Lawrie and Francesco “kuxir97” Cinquemani full-time for the upcoming season, regardless of if they join Fnatic or if they remain at FlipSid3. …


Michael Moriarty

Journalist / Writer. Esports.

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