The European organization has gathered a quintet of former players to reform its roster for the TI8 Qualifiers.
The late-season roster changes continue on the Pro Circuit, as European squad Elements Pro Gaming has announced that it will be returning to active play after the disbanding of its roster in November. The team has put together five of its former players to resurrect its lineup and look to put together a run through the TI8 Europe Open Qualifier. Returning to the team are the remaining three members of the Spider Pigzs roster: Uroš “Swiftending” Galić, Duško “BoraNija” Boranijaševic, and Damir “Mitch” Škaričić, along with former PENTA Sports and Going In member Dino “dnz” Šavuk and former Na’Vi support player Nikola “LeBronDota” Popović.
With the season nearly at its end and no Pro Circuit qualifiers remaining, it may be a while before fans get the chance to see the new Elements Pro Gaming roster in action in an official match. Unless the squad finds a way to participate in a third party event, the first time it will be seen outside of scrimmages will be at the TI8 Europe Open Qualifier. The team’s recent reformation raises some concerns for it with the Open Qualifiers only around a month away, but the fact that the current roster have previously played together should help the team as it looks to put together a run to reach the main regional qualifier.
The roster of Elements Pro Gaming:
- Uroš “Swiftending” Galić (Carry)
- Duško “BoraNija” Boranijaševic (Mid)
- Damir “Mitch” Škaričić (Offlane)
- Dino “dnz” Šavuk (Support)
- Nikola “LeBronDota” Popović (Support)