Team Dignitas
Completes Dignitas roster
May 28, 2018
Dignitas have finalized their roster with the addition of ptr, according to a report from
The 27-year-old had been on the lookout for a new team to represent since being released by compLexity, following the addition of former Optic member ShahZaM. Now, ptr will be taking the AWPing duties in Dignitas, which has been vacant since Voltage departure -- as well as take the teams in-game leader role.
Stand-in until fifth is signed
May 28, 2018
The North American organization will be using their coach, shinobi, to fill in until the team finds a permanent fifth, according to a report from
Dignitas is still down to just four players after releasing Voltage and a2z with ryx and Infinite stepping up to the plate to take their place. However, the team is still looking to fill the void of roca, with the team's coach shinobi set to act as a stand-in until the team finds a permanent fifth for the upcoming ESEA MDL season, which is set to start May 21st.
Joins Dignitas
May 28, 2018
The North American organization is set to revamp their roster, adding ryx to the active roster, according to a report from
The 25-year-old joins Dignitas on a permanent basis after featuring for the team in the North American Open qualifier for ESL One Cologne, in which he helped them to a top-four placing. The former Echo Fox and Splyce member were also seen playing for Rogue earlier this year; however, he was benched just 15 days into his time with Rogue, leading to him eventually leaving the team in April. ryx will debut for the team in the upcoming ESEA MDL season, which is set to start May 21st.
Sets eyes on Dignitas' roster
May 28, 2018
The North American organization is set to revamp their roster, adding Infinite to the active roster, according to a report from
The 19-year-old who helped Gorilla Gang claim the Masters #2 title as a stand-in as well as a big stand out for Etherian at the beginning of the year will finally get his call to Dignitas. Infinite will debut with the team in the upcoming MDL season as the team was unable to secure its spot back in the ESL Pro League relegation in Leicester. The upcoming ESEA MDL season is set to start May 21st.
Filling in more than a spot
December 17, 2017
RUBINO went nuts with a 32/15 KD on Friday in the 16-13 win over FaZe Clan at the ECS Season 4 Finals.
RUBINO took a tough 3-0 deficit early on the defense of Overpass as FaZe showed an aggressive offense early. However, the patience from RUBINO paid off to help his team on the retakes and holds to help even the 3-3 score. He then tied the game for Astralis in Round 8 with a triple kill hold on Long-A to secure the round. RUBINO also followed up with a quad kill to secure the two-round lead. FaZe contested but the composure from RUBINO allowed the team to edge the first half 8-7 going into the second. Despite FaZe taking the two opening rounds, RUBINO never missed a beat getting the entry-kills and frags in the second half to outlast FaZe in the win, posting a team-leading 116.6 ADR.
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Acquired by Philadelphia 76ers
September 26, 2016
Team Dignitas announced in a news post today that they were acquired by the Philadelphia 76ers.
One of the premiere European Counter Strike squads will now be competing as part of the Philadelphia 76ers. The team announced earlier this morning that it would be merging with LCS team Apex while simultaneously being acquired by NBA team Philadelphia 76ers. The newly combined Team Dignitas will continue to compete under the Dignitas banner in the likes of ELEAGUE but will be managed and owned by the 76ers moving forward.
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Moves on to the quarterfinals of SL i-League StarSeries Season 2
September 9, 2016
Team Dignitas have come out of Group A with a 2-1 record and will move on to the quarterfinals at SL i-League StarSeries Season 2.
Team Dignitas tripped coming out the gate in their first game against GODSENT, which they lost by a score of 16-3. They were able to recover to take on HellRaisers in the very next game, and took the 16-10 win. Dig would now look to exact their revenge on GODSENT in the best-of-three to see who else advances from Group A. They did just that with a 16-5 win on Dust 2 and a 16-13 win on Overpass. They will now face Heroic in the quarterfinals on Saturday.