FlamE Departs Top Blokes As Rostermania Heats Up
Top Blokes have tipped their hat towards Jack "FlamE" Pearton with a gentleman's goodbye as they release him from their Rocket League roster.
Taking to Twitter, Top Blokes announced the departure of FlamE, who has been with the side for 12 months, since they transitioned from Veloce Esports.
The move sees FlamE separate from his long-standing partner, Andy "Kassio" Landais, who have been side by side since August 2019.
During his time at Top Blokes, FlamE secured a first-place finish in the RLCS Season X - Winter: EU Regional Event 2, and Week 2 of The Grid, before rounding off the season in 3rd-4th place at the European Championships.
Where Will FlamE Go Next?
Despite previous rumours of him leaving, very few have pointed as to where the young Brit could be heading.
One of the more probable destinations for FlamE may be Team Endpoint, who has a history of backing home-grown talent from the United Kingdom and have recently released Nelson "virtuoso" Lasko from their ranks.
Another team that could be looking to acquire a new starlet is Solary, as they face the possibility of their pop-off player Maello "AztraL" Ernst to Giants Gaming.
Rocket League Rostermania Commences
Top Blokes have become the first championship side to make a roaster change, although many of those on the outskirts have already begun the off-season shuffle.
Reports previously surfaced that Team Liquid have looked to drop two members of their roster, in Emil "fruity" Moselund and Jack "Speed" Packwood-Clarke. The latter player good glance towards Top Blokes as a new home, with the side also located in England.
Over in North America, FaZe Clan drawn first blood in rostermania, with the organisation deciding to drop Jirair "Gyro." Papazian, much to the surprise of many fans.
The next few weeks will see many rosters chop and change, so strap on your seatbelts, as this Fennec is in for a bumpy ride.