Epsilon eSports
United Kingdom
Rumored to have new team aligned
September 5, 2018
Dqvee has been rumored to join MadCat's new team ahead of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, according to Matt Porter of Dexerto.com.
It's unclear if Epsilon would simply sign contracts with MadCat and Joshh, the two players currently listed as free agents, as well as buy out Alexx from UNILAD, or if the team would opt to receive a hefty buyout for its young star. In any case, Dqvee might be arguably the best building block of the foursome, as the young player has proven himself on the big stage on countless occasions these past few seasons.
Let go from Epsilon eSports
August 31, 2018
Hawqeh has been released from Epsilon eSports, the organization confirmed on Friday.
Hawqeh joined two other Epsilon players to hit free agency Friday as Dqvee was the only player to withstand the mini purge. Hawqeh joined the team in December and infamously was a part of two of arguably the worst runs in CWL Pro League as Epsilon won just three series across both stages. A 0.80 KD at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships likely solidified what was hardly a stunning announcement, and as a result, Hawqeh will join a long list of European free agents.
Released from Epsilon
August 31, 2018
Reedy was released from Epsilon eSports on Friday
Reedy joined the roster following the team's disappointing Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League and promptly continued the trend, as Epsilon eSports only won one series during Stage 2 and failed to win a single series during the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships. Reedy finished with a 0.83 KD at the pivotal tournament, which was the second-highest mark on the team, but it paled in comparison to that of the only returning Epsilon player--Dqvee--who finished with a 1.01.
Leaving Epsilon
August 31, 2018
Vortex will enter free agency, the organization confirmed on Friday.
Vortex was one of the three remaining original players from the team that qualified for Stage 1 of the CWL Pro League, but the team famously struggled throughout both stages of the Pro League. Vortex finished the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships with the lowest KD of the team (0.73) with a 38/61 across three CTF games acting as the worst figure of his tournament.
Remaining on Epsilon, for now
August 31, 2018
Dqvee will remain with Epsilon eSports for the time being, the organization confirmed on Friday.
Dqvee will see three of his former teammates hit free agency as an underwhelming performance at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships capped off what had been a disappointing competitive season for Epsilon. While Dqvee finished the most recent CoD Champs with a 1.01 KD, his play wasn't nearly enough to help Epsilon as the roster only won two of their 11 maps. It'll be interesting to see how Epsilon chooses to build their roster around their burgeoning young star, as many of their European brethren appeared poised to make significant changes.
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