The face of a returning Big Frame
With the departure of Jimmy "Nurfed" McFadden from Stay Frosty, and Thomas "tconnors" Connors recently announcing his intention to return to competitive play, the pair have already found themselves a "new" home on Big Frames.
Being replaced by the duo are Arya "arya" Hekmat, and Riley "Reality" Futsch. In the case of the former, the change happens after playing just two matches with Big Frames. However, he has now joined Spacestation's ESEA roster in what Dust2.us are told is a backup capacity.
This leaves the Big Frames roster as such:
- Ryan "Church" Church
- Andy "devastation" Parr
- Liam "Welshy" Newhouse
- Jimmy "Nurfed" McFadden
- Thomas "tconnors" Connors
Another change that has occurred in Advanced is Bradley "mickey" Waddington making the jump from Lowkey over to Holo, replacing Ethan "ReckMONSTER" Serrano. Filling out the Lowkey roster is Eric "xeboda" Lee, who was previously playing with tNt.
Finally, in a circumstance that is becoming all-too familiar for Whatever It Takes, another roster change has come in for the team, this time in the form of Sam "Noxio" Goodwin departing.
Officially left Whatever iT Takes, not sure what I'm going to do next. Things just didn't work out and was a really rough season. Looking for a team but with roster lock coming up and not many teams looking might just wait out till next season not sure.— Noxio LFT (@NoxioGG) February 25, 2019
Apparently no longer trying to distinguish between fully rostered members of the team and backups, the squad now simply list their roster as:
- Josh "ironmaN" Monroe
- Alexander "LeX" Deily
- Shervin "sherv" Akhavan
- Kellen "Rascal" Cole
- David "oct" Ham
- Mike "btk" Kwarteng
- Carter "Reed" Owens
- Andrew "BooMie" Knight
- Carter "Wreakveus" Owens (Coach)
It should be noted that in addition to this sizable lineup, Blake "Blakers" Reynolds and Rossein "conan-kun" Choeng have also joined the roster as paid members.
Of the four teams, Lowkey and Holo both currently sit at 8-4, followed by Big Frames at 8-5, with Whatever It Takes bringing up the rear at 5-7.