Season 3 Contenders Australia runners-up ORDER ORDER Contenders AU Rank #2 Adam Adam Soong off tank yuki James Stanton dps Signed Dale Tang dps Quatz Sam Dennis tank Jordation Jordy Frish flex Unter Max Unterwurzacher support have changed their roster one week into the season, releasing flex support Merit and bringing back DPS player Signed .

Merit is a two-time LAN veteran of the Australian scene, having led Kanga Esports and ORDER to their best results in Contenders in seasons two and three respectively. The news of his release comes as a surprise to most, as ORDER were considered to have one of the strongest rosters coming into the new season.

His replacement Signed is not unknown to the organisation, having played with ORDER in Season 2, as well as being a part of Blank Blue and Monopoly Club in the past. He briefly subbed in for Athletico Athletico Asia-Pacific Rank #3 goobs flex support JJJJ So Spearitt off tank Dfield Daniel Banfield dps Wuvo Lucas Tyson dps Paso tank Design support in Season 3, helping the team qualify for LAN in their return to Australian Overwatch, and is renowned for his Zarya play.

Signed was also a part of ORDER’s victory in Week 1, sweeping Legacy Esports Legacy Esports Asia-Pacific Rank #0 Noosh off tank lab flex support Rani dps Ike dps Fundrae tank Stolen support 4-0. Jordation , who did not make an appearance in that series, will be replacing Merit in aim support for the rest of Season 1 2019.

ORDER will take on reigning champions Sydney Drop Bears Sydney Drop Bears Contenders AU Rank #1 Shoyo Marin Tomicic off tank Hus Huseyin Sahin dps ChroNoDotA Niko Raisanen tank Akraken Dario Falcao-Rassokha support on March 6.

The roster of ORDER ORDER Contenders AU Rank #2 Adam Adam Soong off tank yuki James Stanton dps Signed Dale Tang dps Quatz Sam Dennis tank Jordation Jordy Frish flex Unter Max Unterwurzacher support is:

  • Dale “Signed” Tang (DPS)
  • James “Yuki” Stanton (DPS)
  • Adam “Adam” Soong (Off-tank)
  • Sam “Quatz” Dennis (Tank)
  • Max “Unter” Unterwurzacher (Support)
  • Jordy “Jordation” Frish (Flex Support)
  • Andrew “Rqt” Haws (Coach)
  • Ben “Smash” Lehane (Manager)