Thank you, @naGGarlai. You have left your mark in the Rebellion! We wish you luck in your future endeavors.— Montreal Rebellion (@MTLRebellion) June 29, 2019
Merci, Naga. Tu as laissé ta marque dans la Rebellion! Nous te souhaitons bonne chance pour tes futurs projets. pic.twitter.com/XzuimQ6jJB
Naga was a part of the Rebellion's original roster when they revealed their players in February. Prior to that, he was a member of First Generation and spent most of 2017 and 2018 with the Copenhagen Flames.
Two days of change have left the Rebellion without any DPS players. Just yesterday, the Rebellion lost DPS Logix as he was promoted to the Defiant, the parent team of the Rebellion.
They will need to add two new DPS players before they play in their next match a couple of days from now.
Naga has not left the Rebellion for a new team as he made his own announcement declaring his free agency.
I'm no longer with @MTLRebellion. I want to thank my teammates, coaches and manager for making it a great experience. I've met a lot of people that have inspired me.— Naga (@naGGarlai) June 29, 2019
Time for a new chapter in my career.
I'm a free agent from now, searching for opportunities.
Best Regards, Naga
The Rebellion play their next match on July 1 against Wave Check.
- Eoghan "Smex" O'Neill (Off-tank)
- Louis "JkAru19" Power (Tank)
- Anthony "Goliath" Pietro (Flex Support)
- Benjamin "UltraViolet" David (Flex Support)
- Joshua "Tensa" Small (Support)
Their staff is: