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Team SoloMid continues expansion, joins H1Z1 Pro League

By Stoyan Todorov eSports 14 Apr 2018 288 views

Team SoloMid has become the latest team to join the upcoming H1Z1 Pro League, the world’s first competitive formation to champion battle royal games as electronic sports. The event will debut on 21 April at Caesars Entertainment Studio in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Team SoloMid has announced its roster, with Carter ‘carta’ Bjorklund, Eric ‘ogtriv’ Geel, Mark ‘Dropped’ Thees, Garret ‘geesh’ Shearer, and Jacob ‘ShellShock’ Hash joining the fray. Some of the players signed up for the team have already competed together during the DreamHack Winter 2017.

Carta managed to clinch first place in the DreamHack competition. Ogtriv mentioned that the team has been practicing intensely in the period leading up to the finals. ShellShock commented on the addition of Dropped to their roster and he elaborated that Dropped had an astute understanding of H1Z1.

Overall, H1Z1 is planning to pit 15 teams (75 players in total) against each other for its inaugural season, with 13 names already revealed. The H1Z1 Pro League will help boost the popularity of battle royale games as a viable eSports title.

Team SoloMid has also recently branched into another battle royale game. SoloMid is actively fielding a team for the Clash Royale League, which offers $1 million in cash prizes. Cloud9 is also fielding teams in both competitions.

The addition of the Cloud9 roster to the H1Z1 Pro League was announced at the same time as that of Team SoloMid’s. The team is fielding Adrien ‘Aydren’ Morales, Marco ‘Flowers’ Soteo, Justin ‘Chappie’ Andrews, Joseph ‘Frexs’ Sanchez, Phillip ‘ImperialHal’ Dosen.

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