After just two months of being with the organization, Red Reserve has decided to part ways with their Overwatch team. The team will continue to be competing under their new name, Team th0nkers.
I want to announce today that we will be parting ways with Red Reserve. I want to thank Red Reserve for (cont) http://tl.gd/n_1sprku0— DaddyAlt (@Altdelctrltv) May 5, 2017
The Red Reserve announcement left little to the imagination regarding the reasoning behind their departure from Overwatch:
"Due to Overwatch remaining a relatively small esports title in Europe compared to the North American and Asian esports scene, the decision came to put our focus in different titles such as CS: GO, Call of Duty, and Fifa."
Team th0nkers will continue to be playing, and have said over the last few weeks they have been relentlessly trying to fill their 6th core spot on the roster. They are pleased to announce they have filled that role with their newest player, Smex formerly of nerdRage as well as a new Manager/Coach also formerly with nerdRage.
The Team th0nkers roster is as follows:
- Rikard "Klanton" Lundberg (Hitscan DPS)
- Casper "Caspere" Elvelid (Flex DPS)
- Oliwer "lateks" Fahlander (Main Tank)
- Ludvig "Luddee" Håkansson (Support)
- Andreas "Epzz" Wallvingskog (Flex Support)
- Eoghan "Smex" O'Neill (Flex)
- Christoper "DaddyAlt" Esquibel (Manager & Coach)