After being released from Chaos, Infinite has rounded out Orgless
Yassine "Subroza" Tauofik has announced that the majority of the Just For Fun roster that participated in the first ESL One Rio qualifier will be sticking together. The sole change comes in the form of former Chaos member Gage "Infinite" Green replacing Jacob "FugLy" Medina.
Will be playing with @FNS @yay_csgo @WARDELLCSGO and @Infinite1csgo this year and hopefully qualify for the upcoming LANs/B Site League. We are looking for an org to represent so if you're interested you can DM me on Twitter or e-mail at email@example.com. RTs Appreciated ^-^— Yassine 🇲🇦 (@Subroza) February 2, 2020
With FugLy still in tow, the team found themselves bounced out of the first ESL One Rio qualifier yesterday after an overtime loss to a Tyson "TenZ" Ngo-less Asuna's Anime Aimers side.
- Matthew "WARDELL" Yu
- Yassine "Subroza" Tauofik
- Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker
- Pujan "FNS" Mehta
- Gage "Infinite" Green
With Subroza and WARDELL going official with their own team, it raises the question of what roster Swole Patrol will field going forward. The former EPL side utilized the duo for the WINNERS League Season 3 playoffs, leading Chad "Oderus" Miller to part ways with the team. Additionally, Jason "neptune" Tran has announced that he is open to offers.