DALLAS (July 31, 2018) – Team Envy has reached an agreement not to renew the contracts of its European Rocket League Championship Series team for RLCS Season 6. Recent Envy Rocket League players Remco “Remkoe” den Boer, Jordan “Eyelgnite” Stellon and David “Deevo” Morrow are able to sign with other esports teams, effective immediately. Envy Gaming, Inc., the parent company of Team Envy plans to shift its focus to acquiring North American based rosters in the near future.
Mike Rufail, owner and CEO of Envy Gaming, said, “We would like to thank Remkoe, Eyelgnite, and Deevo for showing a great amount of dedication during their time with Envy. We expect each player will find a home quickly in the European Rocket League scene and help competitive Rocket League continue to grow worldwide.“
Remco “Remkoe” den Boer was a strong leader for Team Envy with 46.6% overall goals, 33.4% saves and 20.1% assists. Remkoe’s competitive demeanor paired exceptionally well with David “Deevo” Morrow, one of the top Rocket League players in the UK. Jordan “Evelgnite” Stellon captured many of Envy’s biggest plays in the RLCS, including propelling Team Envy into a Game 5 at the RLCS Season 5 Finals vs Tainted Minds.
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About Envy Gaming
Envy Gaming, Inc. is the owner and operator of popular esports franchise Team Envy and Overwatch League franchise the Dallas Fuel. Founded as a professional Call of Duty team in 2007, owner Mike Rufail has grown the Dallas-based organization into one of the largest and most-winning esports groups in the world. Today, Envy Gaming competes, streams and produces content across Overwatch, Call of Duty, PUBG, Street Fighter V, Rocket League, Paladins, FIFA and Fortnite. Envy was named the 2016 Esports Team of the Year. For more information on Envy, visit Envy.gg or follow @Envy on Twitter.