Advanced champions change one

Despite dominating in ESEA Advanced, ONET4P have change their lineup.

Less than a week after winning ESEA Advanced Season 41 over timbermen, ONET4P have already elected to make a change ahead of the player break. Jack "xCeeD" Holiman has been cut from the lineup while his former Triumph teammate Ryan "Snakes" Amann has been added to the lineup.

The move comes as a major surprise as ONET4P were absolutely dominant in ESEA Advanced, with the team only dropping four maps over the course of the entire season. In playoffs, while xCeeD was the lowest-rated player, it's hardly a black mark as he ended it with a 1.10 rating over nine maps. It is worth noting however that the squad struggled to emulate their Advanced success outside of the division as they failed to make the closed qualifier of any of the IEM/ESL qualifiers they played this season, often falling short against more experienced ECL squads.

Additionally, this new ONET4P lineup mirrors the squad that won SiGMA Esports Cup in June, where Snakes was the top-rated player in the final. With the team set to travel to Malta in November for the finals, they likely want to continue that momentum moving forward.

Logan "Voltage" Long told in a brief comment that they believe that Snakes is ultimately the better fit for the team moving forward and that they're excited to continue working with him.

With Snakes, ONET4P are now:

  • Tianyi "Fr3nk1e" He

  • United States Gage "Infinite" Green

  • United States Dylan "SATURN" Finch

  • United States Logan "Voltage" Long

  • United States Ryan "Snakes" Amann

  • United States Calvin "becker" Becker (Coach)

ONET4P's calendar is completely empty as the scene heads into the player break and await the start of ECL S42 on August 16th.

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#1(With 0 replies)
July 16, 2022 06:19PM
damn that blows, after playing a full season of advanced, not getting the chance to play in the challenger league

unless he gets picked up by a ECL team
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