Splyce picks up Overwatch team

Splyce, an organisation that has teams in some of the biggest eSports in the world, has signed an Overwatch team.

The organisation has signed the former Fine, I’ll Go McCree roster, who have been competing together since the beta but are yet to post any top results in significant events. The North American based team will now play under the Splyce banner at all upcoming events.

Brad "PYYYOUR" Ross is the team captain and a former Team Fortress 2 player. In an interview with theScore eSports he mentioned that Splyce became an obvious choice for them, when looking for an organisation.

"Splyce.gg is relatively new to the eSports scene in terms of having teams compete in multiple games. Once we did a little fact-finding we were quite astonished at the level of immersion they have within the scene. It quickly became clear that our goals fell in line with their goals."

The roster of the new Splyce team includes: Bradford "PYYYOUR" Ross, Josh "steel" Nissan, Eric "papasmurf" Murphy, Matt "flame" Rod, Matt "clockwork" Dias and Jan "cozen" Lacosta.

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