Posted by Conor 'Jus7addwater' Parker in Counter Strike : Global Offensive .
We are proud to announce that as of today we will have a talented group of players representing Monomaniac e-Sports in the very popular Dota2. This pick up will represent mMe’s first steps into a very storied franchise and arguably one of the best titles in the MOBA genre. We have continued with our tradition of picking up newer players and crafting them into powerful forces. We have to give thanks to James ‘Youth’ Powell who came up with the idea of creating a team and set out to find other talented players to join forces with him, before ultimately turning to mMe for major support. We are happy to have this talented group of multinational player in our organization. They are poised to take ESL by storm, their team lineup is as follows;
Sebastian 'Dream' Kjær - Secondary Support, Captain - Denmark
James 'Youth' Powell - Primary Support - UK
William 'Iratus' van de Wetering - Mid Lane - Netherlands
Mark 'Fat-One' Rytter – Offlane - Denmark
Tommi 'Forgotten' Heikkilä – Carry – Finland
Su-Leo "Slesh" Liu – Coach - China
We reached out to James Powell for his thoughts on joining mMe:
“We're all delighted to be a part of such a dedicated and professional organization. The staff is extremely friendly and passionate towards helping us become a better team. We will do our absolute best to represent monomaniac in a positive way, and also to achieve our personal goals. We are all looking forward to what will hopefully be a long term relationship with monomaniac e-Sports, and would like to thank them for showing interest in us.”
mMe founder and CEO Andre ‘Precise’ Rowe added his thoughts on the pickup:
“I am very happy to have this talented group of players under our banner. I look forward to seeing them grow, and progress. As with past teams we look to cultivate their talent, to go from relatively unknown to full fledge powerhouse.”
Welcome to the family gentlemen. To ours fans and supporters look for this group of players to stay at the top rungs of ESL, as well as many other tournaments. Good luck!