We’re excited to welcome our third competitive roster today. We’ve been steadily growing our teams and talent. This year alone we’ve signed four content creators, Archie ‘Archie’ King, Derman ‘Motor’ Ozdemir, Jordan ‘Jorhdys’ Drummond and yesterday, Lara ‘Hoxieloxie’ Schofield. We expanded into Fortnite with Zachariah ‘Pinq’ Siddall and Harry ‘Veno’ Pearson and we announced world-renowned footballer Virgil van Dijk as Shareholder and Ambassador.
Today we’re announcing the signing of Top Blokes. We’ve had our eye on Rocket League for quite some time and Top Blokes stood out as one of the most promising European teams.
We’re excited to welcome to full roster to the #TundraTribe.
Leading the team will be Rocket League veteran and coach, Sandro ‘FreaKii’ Holzwarth.
“We are thrilled to welcome the Top Blokes team to Tundra Esports. Top Blokes is one of the most promising European teams in the circuit and we feel with the right support they could thrive. Our goal is to compete at the highest level in the world’s biggest esports titles, and we believe Top Blokes carries the same ambitions and values as our organisation. Welcome to the TundraTribe!” – Anthony Graham, Co-Founder & Director of Esports at Tundra.
The new Rocket League roster includes:
- Coach: Sandro ‘FreaKii’ Holzwarth – The most experienced member of the team, FreaKii began his coaching career at Top Blokes, having previously been a player for teams such as Renault Vitality, Team Secret and Veloce Esports.
- Andy ‘Kassio’ Landais – The Frenchman has been active in Rocket League since 2017, having played for teams such as Veloce, netting top 10 finishes in numerous RLCS Seasonals and finishing in the top-12 in the RLCS 21-22 World Championships.
- Riccardo ‘Rizex45’ Mazzotta – German Rocket League professional Rizex45 has been in Rocket League for over 5 years, playing for organisations such as FC Barcelona and Evil Geniuses.
- David ‘Rezears’ Wünsch – Half Hungarian, half German, prodigal player Rezears is one of the most exciting up-and-coming talents in the space, netting nearly $50,000 in prize money before turning 20 years old.