According to the recent #Esports media reports, the former members of a well-known squad called “#TheClub”, Luiz Fellipe #Aztromick Lopes Gomes and Bernardo #Bemmz Siqueira Marta have signed up for the #RLCS 2022–23 South America Winter Open with Caio #CaioTG1 Vinicius.
This confirms prior rumors that the 21-year-old had left FURIA Esports and that Gabriel #Lostt Buzon, a star player for The Club, would take his position.
Meanwhile, Finlay #rise Ferguson decided to leave his Moist Esports comrades and cross the Atlantic to join Version1. But Rise remained undecided about joining Version1 on the last day of the transfer window. In place of Ole #oaly van Doorn, he turned to Oxygen Esports, who will field the Englishman.
The Club Not Needing A Club
After a difficult Fall Split on FURIA that resulted in a direct trade involving him and Lostt, CaioTG1 appears to be returning to South America despite having tryouts with at least two North American teams.
Despite not signing up under The Club’s name, the trio will keep the points they earned during the previous split and will therefore top the South American scoreboard by six points over Team Secret, who made their Fall Major debut.
The lineup, who will start the Winter Split as the favorites to secure the #1 seed for the Winter Major in San Diego, has corporations rumored to be interested.
Oxygen Esports Finally Breathing
Prior to the RLCS 2022–23 season, Oxygen Esports relocated from North America to Europe by signing Archie #archie Pickthall and the two Dutch players Joris #Joreuz Robben and oaly. The players’ individual talent was well recognized, but they astonished everyone by winning the season’s first regional event as a team.
They had trouble getting into the top spots for the remainder of the Fall Split, but they once again proved themselves at the Rotterdam Fall Major, going 3-0 in the Swiss Stage and defeating Version1 and the eventual winners Gen.G. The Oxygen team failed to take advantage of the home field advantage, as they fell to FaZe Clan in Game 7 of the quarterfinals.
Despite Oxygen Esports’ respectable Fall Split performance, the signing of a top player like Rise might catapult them to new heights.
Oaly’s fate is currently unknown, but as the start of the Winter Split approaches, additional details are anticipated soon. The signup deadline is still a few weeks away even though the roster lock deadline is on January 9 at 8:59 CET.