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[[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.<ref name="Heny tweets about Crowns eSports">[https://twitter.com/ItsHeny/status/737758392035516416 Heny tweets about Crowns eSports]</ref> Soon after, it was publicly stated that the change was due to their wish to divide the growing Publiclir community from the competitive teams.<ref name="Publiclir Rebranded to Crowns Esports Club">[http://www.teamfortress.tv/33996/publiclir-rebranded-to-crowns-esports-club Publiclir Rebranded to Crowns Esports Club]</ref> On July 2016 Crowns acquired the [[nameLess]] roster intending to compete at [[Insomnia58]].<ref name="Crowns eSports Club signs nameLess roster">[http://www.teamfortress.tv/35108/ Crowns eSports Club signs nameLess roster]</ref> 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]]. After winning [[ETF2L 6v6 Season 25/Premiership|ETF2L Season 25]], the core of the roster dropped their sponsorship and creates their own organization with a TF2-exclusive brand called [[Se7en]].
 
[[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.<ref name="Heny tweets about Crowns eSports">[https://twitter.com/ItsHeny/status/737758392035516416 Heny tweets about Crowns eSports]</ref> Soon after, it was publicly stated that the change was due to their wish to divide the growing Publiclir community from the competitive teams.<ref name="Publiclir Rebranded to Crowns Esports Club">[http://www.teamfortress.tv/33996/publiclir-rebranded-to-crowns-esports-club Publiclir Rebranded to Crowns Esports Club]</ref> On July 2016 Crowns acquired the [[nameLess]] roster intending to compete at [[Insomnia58]].<ref name="Crowns eSports Club signs nameLess roster">[http://www.teamfortress.tv/35108/ Crowns eSports Club signs nameLess roster]</ref> 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]]. After winning [[ETF2L 6v6 Season 25/Premiership|ETF2L Season 25]], the core of the roster dropped their sponsorship and creates their own organization with a TF2-exclusive brand called [[Se7en]].
  

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