Dust2.us has learned that ex-Warriors International have cut Edward "kber" Vaudry and are set to finish the season with Eric "Ryze" Brown, who was benched back on September 11th.
Sources close to the team tell Dust2.us that kber's removal from the lineup is related due to Andrew "vein" Lindeman allegedly being unwilling to play with kber, preferring instead that Ryze be brought back into the fold. For his part, vein states that the majority of the team agreed with kber's removal, stating that he thinks he believes Ryze is a better fit role wise for the team.
As a result, kber now finds himself out of the team after only two matches with ex-Warriors International. Additionally, this effectively sets ex-Warriors International's roster for the remainder of the season as they have used all of their roster additions.
With Ryze rejoining the starting lineup, ex-Warriors International are now:
- Derek "Hendy" Hendrixson
- Walker "walker" Harris
- Andrew "vein" Lindeman
- Armen "armen" Fesliyan
- Eric "Ryze" Brown
- Teric "Bibby" Ingram (Coach)
- Colin "Koi" Thor (Assistant Coach/Analyst)
ex-Warriors International currently sit in the middle of the division in ESEA MDL Season 35 with a 3-3 record. Their next outing will see them take on Rebirth on October 7th at 9:45 EDT.
As for kber, he was not on the sidelines for long, having linked up with Yeah to act as a stand-in for the team in ESEA Advanced Season 35 while they search for a new fifth. In his debut with the team, Yeah took down GSG9 16-9 on Overpass to continue their perfect record in Advanced.