Just going to leave this here.— Global eSports (@GlobalEsportsIn) January 10, 2020
Any guesses where in the world our bootcamp / gaming house will be?#OverwatchContenders #GE #GEKephrii #GEWater #TheBandIsBackTogether #GlobalEsports #TrulyGlobal #ThisIsGE #Kephrii pic.twitter.com/ufObiux4pZ
The diverse roster features players from five different countries and two continents. Only Xenofly remained from their 2019 Season 2 roster. He is now joined by Teetawat on the tank line. Teetawat is now returning to the Pacific scene after a stint in North America on the Uprising Academy in the last season of Contenders. Prior to that, Teetawat played in Australia on the Sydney Drop Bears.
ManGoJai and Ayako make up the support line for Global Esports. ManGoJai last played for Talon Esports, where he won the last season of Contenders Pacific and represented the region at the Gauntlet in Seoul. Ayako, on the other hand, would have his Contenders debut with Global Esports this season.
The most notable players on the team, however, would be the DPS duo of Kephrii and Water . Both players are well known streamers in their respective regions of North America for Kephrii and Korea for Water. Water also last played for Gladiators Legion in North America, securing second place in the last season of Contenders North America East and an appearance at the Gauntlet. The two will be reunited after they last played together on GE Pantheon KR, a team that was also owned by Global Esports.
The Contenders seeding tournament for the Pacific region will begin today.