PCS2 Roster Updates
As we move into the PUBG Continental Series 2 (PCS2), we have some roster updates to share with you all.
We will be parting ways with Andrew “Baddylul” Kitts and will support his next moves, whatever they may be!
With Baddy moving on, the team has brought in Laurynas “Gaxy” Rudys! Gaxy is from Lithuania, competing primarily in the European tournaments. His first team was Team Kinguin, before joining WTSG, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and Raise Your Edge. You can also follow Gaxy on his Twitch channel!
“When I was on WTSG, we won two 3rd places in the 2018 PUBG Global Invitational. But I have not placed first in a PUBG tournament yet. But I believe that with the Radiance boys, we can change that!”– Gaxy on joining the team
“I’m excited to play with Gaxy. I’ve competed against him for years and know how good of a player he is, so I know what he can bring to the team!
Being the last member of the original roster feels sorta bittersweet. I do think with this current roster, the sky’s the limit and has a lot of potential to be #1. I’m sad to see Baddy gone but I think he has improved so much since he first started competing a little over a year ago and he’s a good friend of mine.
I would 100% recommend him to any teams looking for a player to round out their roster!”– Kevin “Miccoy” Linn on the roster changes
Upcoming Tournament: PCS2
The team returns next weekend in PCS2 as part of Group C once more. Just like PCS1, they and the rest of Group C will compete twice a week. They will compete for 3 weeks, with the top 16 teams advancing to PCS2 Grand Finals.
“I loved watching our team compete in PCS1 and we had so many exciting games. PCS2 is shaping up to be even more competitive and I’m stoked to see what our team can do. That first place is going to be ours! #RADWIN”– Hai, CEO & Founder of Radiance, on PCS2
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