Difference between revisions of "Crowns eSports Club"
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| <small>Shortly after the team won [[i58]], [[Full Tilt]]'s [[Thalash]] joined the roster, replacing [[
| <small>Shortly after the team won [[i58]], [[Full Tilt]]'s [[Thalash]] joined the roster, replacing [] as a pocket scout due to [[Hafficool]]'s other commitments to Overwatch.<ref>[http://crowns.gg/2016/08/31/crowns-picks-up-thalash/ Crowns picks up Thalash]</ref></small>
Revision as of 21:49, 25 September 2016
Publiclir renamed to Crowns eSports Club on May 31st, 2016. The rebranding was announced by Heny, a Publiclir member of staff, with a tweet suggesting the company had not dropped the team, but rebranded. Soon after, it was publicly stated that the change was due to their wish to divide the growing Publiclir community from the competitive teams. On July 2016 Crowns acquired the nameLess roster intending to compete at Insomnia58. The team won the event, beating Full Tilt in the grand final, and became the first European team to win an i-series event since Epsilon eSports won i49.
|Shortly after the team won i58, Full Tilt's Thalash joined the roster, replacing Starkie as a flank scout who moved to the pocket scout role to replace Hafficool due to Hafficool's other commitments to Overwatch.|
|Crowns eSports Club picked up NameLess after ETF2L Season 24. The roster placed first at the event, defeating legends froyotech and European rivals Full Tilt. During this event, Kaidus, who formed the original roster under Reason Gaming for ETF2L Season 20, acted as an in-game coach.|
|Thaigrr was initially meant to play for the team, however due to a series of other engagements he played only Week 1, Week 4 and Week 5 before leaving the roster. Buttnose played in place of Thaigrr during his absences before joining the team for the final two weeks of the sesaon.|