PUBG Roster Update: Jeemzz, Sambty, and Ibiza join
January 22 2018
After holding open tryouts over the holiday season, we've finalized our lineup for the upcoming Auzom Premier League Season 2 and beyond. Keiron "Scoom" Prescott returns as our team captain, and he will be joined by Jim Gunnar "Jeemzz" Eliassen, Samu "Sambty" Kauppinen, and Jord "Ibiza" van Geldere.
I joined Liquid back in August 2017, and being part of Team Liquid has been amazing. The org is super supportive and encouraging, wanting just the best for the players and pushing us to succeed in this game. I feel extremely excited about the future of this team. With Ibiza, Jeemzz & Sambty joining, we might have one of the strongest rosters on an individual level. The guys were star players from their previous teams which they also had a lot of success with. So I feel super confident that with this roster we are gonna take PUBG by storm.
Keiron "Scoom" Prescott
We would like to express our gratitude to Hayz, Molnman and Ollywood for representing Team Liquid in PUBG's debut as an esport. Hayz and Ollywood have found new homes, while Molnman is open to offers.
You can catch our new squad in the Auzom Premier League Season 2 as they face off against the best teams in Europe. Week 1 starts today, so tune in to Auzom's official Twitch channel to cheer on our team. You can also join us on Discord to hang out and talk about everything PUBG.
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