Moist Cr1TiKaL 'Euphoric' Over Rocket League Entry
The jostle to capture Rocket League's hottest talents has finally been settled, as the ex-Team Queso roster was finally revealed to have signed for Moist Esports - an organisation set up by popular streamer Charles "Cr1TiKaL" White previously competing in Smash Bros and boasting an array of talent such as Dillon "Rizzo" Rizzo.
The former Team Queso roster of Joe "Joyo" Young, Finlay "rise." Ferguson, and Axel "Vatira" Touret have been attracting a wealth of interest following their departure from the cheesy team, with many suspecting that Cloud9 could be sneaking back into the scene - although the various memes and bait soon debunked this theory.
However, the RLCS Winter Split Runners-Up have now signed the dotted line on a Moist piece of paper and will represent the org at the upcoming EU Regional, leaving Cr1TiKaL "euphoric".
Cr1TiKaL 'Euphoric' At Rocket League Roster Signing
Moist Esports' introduction to Rocket League instantly catapults them to third in the European RLCS standings, needing a Major qualification to guarantee a world championships spot, having gained the already-accumulated points awarded to the roster so far.
Having featured in the promotional video himself, Cr1TiKaL then took to YouTube to discuss his excitement about the signing.
In a typically serious, yet sarcastic, tone, the content creator and owner of Moist Esports said, "I feel like a kid a Christmas who has just walked downstairs and caught Santa Claus leaving Robux under the tree. I feel like I'm eight years old again and just watched Spider-Man for the first time."
"I'm extremely proud of all of our players in Moist Esports who have been winning Majors and doing incredible things, and today I have by far our biggest announcement yet. It reminds me of a very powerful and profound quote from an old Redditor. He said, 'in this moment I am euphoric, not because of any dog s**t esports org's blessing, but because I am enlightened by Moist Esports'," he continued.
GarretG hails Moist Esports' acquisition
Over the last 12 months, Rocket League esports has been blessed with a huge portfolio of top-tier esports organisations joining the scene. From FaZe Clan and Na'Vi to Heroic and PWR, the amount of orgs champing at the bit to get into the RLCS has been overwhelming. Now, with many still hopeful that Cloud9 will return, some fans have been left slightly disappointed that it wasn't yet another tier-one org picking up this beloved roster.
However, Garrett "GarrettG" Gordon (one of Rocket League's most esteemed professionals), has defended these claims, saying that the roster has made the right choice by going to Moist Esports, despite their relatively small status.
"This org is going to care so much more than any other tier 1 org would have. I’m so happy they went with Moist", said GarretG, adding to another personality who also defended the acquisition by saying, "The tweet announcement is already at 31.3k likes. The YT video nearly 700k views. Moist joining does a lot more for RL Esports than any "established" org coming in could right now."
Moist Esports' new roster is arguably the most exciting team in the world of Rocket League right now, and barring that they manage to fend off competition from Vitality to sign Vatira, the team could be destined for greatness.