Method Forms Full PUBG Roster

Joining the likesof Cloud9, Team Liquid, Tempo Storm and Luminosity, the esports organisation of Method has formed a full team for the upcoming PUBG action. Included in their roster are players who've teamed before and even those that have already competed in PUBG events. 

To be exact, the four man team consists of Jamon "RaptorDaRaptor" Moretz, Anssi "AndyPyro" Houvinen, Ludvik "Aitzy" Jahnsen and Mathias "EnergeticTurtle" Nielsen. Having already represented Method earlier this year in the Invitational and finishing third place in FPP Duos, "AndyPyro" is the most prominent name on the roster. He's the reason why "Raptor" finds himself on the team, as he states below. 

"I wanted Raptor on the team because of his natural in-game leader personality, He's a smart tactician who gives me the opportunity to focus on my strengths in the game."

However, two isn't enough for a full team, therefore they began their search for two more members. Team Captain "RaptorDaRaptor" decided on the two players listed above as they filled out his criteria . 

"Looking for the last players to fill out the team was quite a task—not only was it important to find two players who are capable of winning tournaments, it was also important to find players who understand the importance of motivation and self-improvement. People who would stay loyal to the team, even when things go south."

"What really caught my attention with EnergeticTurtle and Aitzy was how calm and positive they were able to stay even when losing our first trial matches. It convinced me that these players had the right attitude and past performances, and then further trial matches also proved that they were capable of putting up a good fight against other top players."

We'll just have to wait and see how this team stacks up against the opposition. 

Posted by Gabriel Sciberras on 23rd September 2017, 07:46

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