Is this the new OCE Superteam?

10:32, 06 Feb 2020

After leaving Renegades and Canberra Havoc respectively earlier this week, Daniel “Torsos” Parsons and Blake “SPYDOGE” Evans have teamed up with Matthew “Drippay” Den-Kaat ahead of the first Oceanic RLCS qualifier this weekend.

Torsos joins after his departure from the Renegades roster earlier this week, reuniting with former Chiefs teammate Drippay just over a year after Drippay left the Chiefs roster to move to North America under the Evil Geniuses banner. Torsos is arguably Oceania’s most successful player, having played in every single World Championship that the region has been a part of. However, it was with Drippay that Torsos encountered his biggest win, taking down PSG, NRG and the aforementioned EG to finish fourth at the Season 6 World Championship.

SPYDOGE is a player who’s stock has surged recently after a surprising run to last season’s World Championship. With Canberra Havoc, he was able to upset Drippay’s new-and-improved Chiefs roster in the Regional Championship to make it to Madrid, where his side had a dismal run. Although Drippay and Torsos had played some off-season tournaments with Ground Zero’s Alex “Decka” Tsoutsouras, those plans appeared to have fallen through and the former Chiefs pair have opted for SPYDOGE instead.

Cringe Society has also brought on former Team SoloMid coach Jake “Jake” Edwards as a coach and sub, finally reuniting the original Chiefs roster that became the first team outside of NA and EU to reach the final day of a World Championship. With two seasons of intercontinental experience under his belt, Jake is a strong addition to an already-dangerous roster.

Cringe Society’s RLCS run kicks off on Saturday with the first Oceanic League Play qualifier, where the trio will be hoping to secure their spot in this season’s League Play.

 

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