1 month after bringing in a pair of European players, Infamous is set for further changes to its roster
South American squad Infamous has announced today that it will be making changes to its roster, as the Peruvian squad is parting ways with Support Joel Mori “MoOz” Ozambela. The move comes around 1 month after the team’s previous change to its roster, in which the duo of Oliver “oliver” Lepko and Malthe “Biver” Winther came over from Europe to join the lineup. As of right now, Infamous has not announced a replacement for MoOz, leaving the squad with a vacancy in its roster.
The move brings an end to MoOz’s time with Infamous after a period of around 7 months with the organization. The Peruvian Support began the 2018-2019 season with Infamous, having spent the first year or so of his career on the roster of another Peruvian organization in Gorillaz-Pride. Though still somewhat inexperienced at the professional level, MoOz has proven himself to be a skilled player at his position and a valuable asset for any team within his home region. With that in mind, MoOz is likely to have more than a few squads looking to acquire his skills as he enters free agency, especially with 1 more round of Pro Circuit qualifiers left to be played this season.
The roster of Infamous following the departure of MoOz:
Oliver “oliver” Lepko (Carry)
Enzo “Timado” Gianoli (Mid)
Mariano “Papita” Caneda (Offlane, Captain)
Malthe “Biver” Winther (Support)
Christian “Xtian” Roque (Manager & Team Owner)