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In talks to accquire KyKy
April 23, 2018
According to Rod "Slasher" Breslau the Houston Outlaws have been in talks to hire former Dallas Fuel Head Coach Kyle "KyKy" Souder.
ANALYSIS
Houston hiring KyKy as an assistant coach makes a lot of sense. It gives them a good amount of information on a rival team and its not as though KyKy was a bad coach for the Fuel. This could be a good move for Houston, but even if they chose to pass KyKy will undoubtedly find his way onto an OWL team.
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Announce release of KyKy and Rascal
April 15, 2018
The Dallas Fuel announced to the press late Sunday night that Head Coach Kyle Souder and DPS player Rascal will be released effective immediately.
ANALYSIS
This announcement comes as a huge shock to the community, as the Dallas Fuel was starting to improve after two stages of turmoil. Rascal's release is somewhat less shocking as he has long been rumored to be causing internal issues. With the transfer window having closed weeks ago, Rascal will not be replaced until the off-season. Meanwhile, KyKy's replacement is expected to be announced within the week.
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Team Liquid acquired by veteran sports investors
September 27, 2016
Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber and entrepreneur Ted Leonsis own esports organisation Team Liquid's controlling interest as of Tuesday, as reported by ESPN.
ANALYSIS
The world of sports and esports seem to be intertwining as sports investors move in to play in the esports scene. Though relatively new, Overwatch looks to be the next big esport and such resources from experienced professionals could bode well for Team Liquid's fledgling Overwatch team.
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Acquired by the 76er's, to merge with Apex
September 27, 2016
After making their way into the world of competitive Overwatch just a little over a month ago, Team Dignitas announced on Monday they that had been acquired by the 76er's and would merge with Apex according to a post on their website.
ANALYSIS
After venturing into Overwatch and the first highly competitive league season of the game beginning, Dignitas has made another impressive announcement. The team announced early yesterday morning that they were going to be merging with Apex, one of the newer LCS teams, in a merged acquisition deal under the Philadelphia 76er's. As of now, the team will continue to represent the Dignitas brand but will be under new ownership moving forward.