The Peruvian organization revealed a duo of roster departures and the addition of a new coach in preparation for the next round of Pro Circuit qualifiers.
The South American region has received some roster news recently, as Peruvian organization Thunder Predator has announced some changes to its lineup with just over 2 weeks remaining before The Chongqing Major Qualifiers. After putting together some impressive but ultimately unsuccessful performances in the previous round of Pro Circuit Qualifiers, the organization is looking to get itself over that final hurdle with these changes. The Support duo of Elvis “Scofield” De la Cruz Peña and Jose “Sword” Andree Nicosia are leaving the roster, while regional veteran Benjamín “Benjaz” Lanao Barrios is being added to the team as a coach.
With Scofield and Sword officially out of the lineup for Thunder Predator, the team is now down to just 3 active players. As of right now, the squad is participating in the Liga Pro Gaming Season 4 with Farith “Matthew” Puente and Frank “Frank” Arias as stand-ins, and the organization has confirmed that those 2 will continue to play with the squad through its upcoming run in the World Electronic Sports Games 2018 Peru Open Qualifier. Beyond that point though, the team has not announced any official roster additions, though in the team’s announcement it did not rule out the possibility of adding Matthew and Frank as full members of the roster in the future.
The roster of Thunder Predator following the departure of Scofield and Sword:
Juan “Atun” Ochoa (Carry)
Jeremy “Jeimari” Aguinaga (Mid)
Sergio “Prada” Toribio (Offlane)
Benjamín “Benjaz” Lanao Barrios (Coach)
Carlos “The Azathoth” Rios (Manager)