While he played on teams and in tournaments for several months prior, Vizility first entered the limelight when he was selected as a DPS player for the Netherlands World Cup team. While his team finished second in their group at the Katowice World Cup qualifier, they were unable to qualify for the final at Blizzcon after losing in the round-of-16 to Canada.
LFT Flex DPS— Vizility (@Vizility) November 6, 2017
Since entering the esports scene with Overwatch back in September, Mosaic eSports has been working to get into Contenders Season Two. The organization expressed interest in an interview with Overwatch Score in joining the Overwatch League sometime in the future. At the moment, Mosaic is working on moving its European roster out to Phoenix, Arizona, where the organization is based.
The Mosaic eSports roster is now:
- Jose Antonio "BromaS" Ramos Gonzalez (DPS)
- Emil "eMIL" Sandgren (Flex)
- Cameron "Fusions" Bosworth (Tank)
- Steven "Kodak" Rosenberger (Support)
- Ludvig "Luddee" Håkansson (Support)