Team Liquid sign w33, Turbopolsa leaves Dignitas’ Rocket League roster
Team Liquid sign w33haa to Dota 2 roster
TI6 finalist Aliwi “w33” Omar has signed to Team Liquid’s Dota 2 roster, the organization announced on Thursday in a press release.
Welcome @w33haa! We have a lot to prove at the Epicenter Major, but we know we have what it takes.
— Team Liquid (@TeamLiquid) June 20, 2019
Having infamously lost to Wings Gaming in the TI6 finals, w33 is considered one of the best Mid-Laners in the world and spent the majority of his career playing for a variety of teams including Team Secret and Digital Chaos.
— Aliwi Omar (@w33haa) June 20, 2019
Coming off a 4th place finish at TI8, Team Liquid is hoping the acquisition of w33 will put the organization in place for another title run.
Turbopolsa leaves Dignitas’ Rocket League Roster
The only three-time Rocket League world champion, Pierre “Turbopolsa” Silfver, has mutually parted ways with Team Dignitas, the organization he signed with in May of 2018.
— Dignitas (@dignitas) June 19, 2019
Dignitas Tweeted out a statement about the situation, writing that Turbopolsa will mutually part ways with the organization “Following the conclusion of RLCS Season 7.”
Nick-named Mr. Three-Time, Turbopolsa won RLCS Season three, four and five finals with three different organization.