Another quartet of roster moves have taken place in ESEA Advanced, once again seeing Whatever It Takes, slashLEVEL, Thunder Logic, and Lowkey make changes.
Chris "riku" Piasecki has departed Thunder Logic and made his way onto Lowkey, replacing the now-teamless Antonio "AB" Benzan. Thunder Logic enlisted the services of Amgalan "genghsta" Nemekhbayar, previously of Dogs of War, to re-complete their roster.
Lowkey and Thunder Logic's rosters now look as follows:
|Lucas "Fiziq" Blow||Adam "Ange" Milian|
|Bradley "mickey" Waddington||Chris "Slash" Petersen|
|Marcos "tacitus" Castilho||Jason "jmoh" Mohandessi|
|Robert "robby" Brown||Rahul "curry" Nemani|
|Chris "riku" Piasecki||Amgalan "genghsta" Nemekhbayar|
Whatever It Takes parted ways with "Katie" to pick up 17-year-old Kellen "Rascal" Cole, while also bringing on board Carter "Wreakveus" Owens as their coach.
Katie has since made an appearance on slashLEVEL's ESEA roster, and will be filling the void left by Hunter "koga" Allen's departure to Masked (now Zone). She has already her first match with the team, a 19-17 victory over Grizzlys earlier tonight.
Whatever It Takes and slashLEVEL now have the following rosters:
|Whatever It Takes||slashLEVEL|
All four teams currently hover around the middle of the Advanced leaderboard, with Thunder Logic placing the highest at 11th with a 5-2 record. The remaining trio will look to improve upon their placements as they work towards a spot in the playoffs, set to start in late March.