Toronto Esports Toronto Esports Contenders NA Rank #6 , the academy team of the Boston Uprising, has announced its signing of flex tank player crakinlakin. This move comes a little more than a week after he was let go by Fusion University. Prior to his final two games, crakinlakin soaked up all of Fusion University's playing time at the off-tank position.
crakinlakin previously played for Toronto Esports prior to the organization becoming the Uprising's academy team. His time with Toronto included placing first in Open Division Season 2 2017, among several other tournament titles.
Head coach ViViD had this to say about crakinlakin's return in the organisation's official announcement of the signing:
From the start of the Trial, crakinlakin was a player who grabbed the hearts of all players as if he were on the team. He went through a lot of competition with us last season with the team, and finally returned to Toronto once again. I`m looking forward to his performance in the team. He is a cooperative player and a fluent player in team play that helps teammates.”
With eight players now on their roster, Toronto will not be able to sign anymore players without moving one of their current players to a reserve position or releasing a player.
The next match for Toronto Esports is later today against NRG Esports.