TSM announced that they shall be fully reorganizing their Rocket League and PUBG roster. The prior title will get a completely new roster, while PUBG shall see two players leaving.

Today, TSM will be making the difficult decision to release our competitive PUBG and Rocket League rosters. Both squads have taken on great challenges and difficulties over the past years in stride, and we will be sad to see them go. As such, it is with a heavy heart that we bid goodbye to the following individuals:

PUBG players Fexx and Jembty leave TSM. They follow alongside Rocket League players Remkoe, Metsanauris, Mognus and Snaski. TSM comment further that the rest of the PUBG squad will still be a part of the organization. No news as of yet as to who shall replace the leaving players.

TSM shall persue both titles still and shall soon follow up news as to what team they will acquire for Rocket League.

“mykLe, rawryy, and Braexco from our PUBG squad will remain with us and stream under the TSM banner. Each and every one of these players has demonstrated their work ethic and determination to succeed, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their efforts and time with the organization.

Independent Future:

Additionally, one notion of the changes observed is that coaches still remain the same. This looks to make matters more microscopic or specific to the players rather than the roster as a whole. It would not be a confirmed possibility until players share their stories with what is happening at TSM.

We hope that they may find success as they move onto a new stage of their careers, whether they choose to become full-time streamers, join other organizations, or something entirely different altogether. It is our wish that our fans continue to support them as well! 

For our PUBG and Rocket League fans, don’t fret! We are still exploring our opportunities within both scenes, and plan to re-enter them at a later date. Sit tight, and we hope that you’ll be able to see your favourite team play your favourite games once more!

As of yet, there are no news as to why the organization is reevaluating its rosters for the titles. General observation looks at the change to be a simple redo for better performance in esports. However, no player came forward with statements on the matter.

The Rocket League players will still be participating in their promotional playoffs.

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