Announcing Overwatch for 2018
Navigating through the ever changing esports industry has been a difficult task. This does not change our support for Overwatch. It has been a staple of our success since our venture into the ESL Premiership Overwatch season back in late 2016. We’ve progressed in our understanding of the Overwatch landscape and we are happy to continue our support for Overwatch players to compete at competitions for this year.
For the past few months we have been refining our roster while retaining our core players from 2017. We finished the first 2018 Overwatch EU Open with 7 wins and 3 losses which allowed us to work on our team work and communication. We are delighted to have veterans Ixl and Flarez signed for this year with some new and familiar faces. They have represented the MnM brand for over 18 months with wins at Insomnia 61 and grand finalists at both Insomnia 60 and ESL Premiership ’16 Summer Season. Another familiar face is G0dfred, someone who signed with MnM this month as we look forward to working with him again in growing the grassroots Overwatch scene.
Our remaining 3 players have incredible talent and we are excited to be the first team some of them have worked with. We look forward to seeing the team progress over the coming months and we are excited to officially announce our roster.
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