Rocket League - Infusing the Prophecy

The Gfinity Elite Series returns in just over two weeks time, and we at Prophecy are looking to improve on our placements in season one. Yesterday we revealed our new Counter-Strike lineup, and today we have exciting news regarding our Rocket League side.

Please join us in welcoming Sebastian “Sebadam” Adamatzky and Jordan “Eyeignite” Stellon!

The two have joined Prophecy in a transfer from Team Infused, and will be matched with Jospeh “Mummisnow” Salameh, who featured for us last season.

Our new member, Sebadam, had this to say:

“I'm happy to join up with Eyeignite and Mummisnow, it will be very interesting to see how we do as I believe our playstyles will fit up well together and this team will be very agressive-minded which is something that I very much enjoy since it takes me out of my comfort zone a bit, allowing me to improve myself as a player."

Sebadam - @SebadamRL                                                                                                                 MummiSnow - @MummiSnow                                                                                                           EyeIgnite - @EyeIgnite_RL

The team will make its competitive debut on October 7 when the Gfinity Elite Series Rocket League Season 2 kicks off.

CS:GO - A New Start

We are excited to announce the next step in our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive endeavour. Please join us in welcoming our new lineup.

Ivan “Rock1nG” Stratiev

Nikola “nk4y” Radushev

Minko “minq” Ivanov

Veselin “Geko” Ganchev

Valentin “xek” Dinev

Rock1nG and nk4y join us after having enjoyed a rise to fame in the former Outlaws lineup, that achieved success with defeats over the likes of Godsent, Heroic, and Epsilon Esports. After the team split up, the two banded together with both veterans, and upcoming talent from the region to form what we believe is a squad that will bring us success in the Gfinity Elite Series, and other tournaments.

“I’m really excited about being a part of Prophecy with this lineup full of experienced players who are ready to take the next step in our careers” Said team captain, RockinG. “We will be playing full-time to ensure that we can compete on the highest level. We will be competing in the Gfinity Elite Series, and we will show our potential in that competition.”

Geko and minq join as the veterans of the team, having spent years competing at the top level in Bulgaria, appearing for TTFU, HeadshotBG, and the Bulgarian national team. The two will bring valuable experience to the team.

Finally, xek joins the lineup as the primary AWP player. The player spent the vast majority of 2016 on the Bpro lineup, and is now looking to prove himself at the international level with Prophecy.

“I’m delighted to welcome this team to the Prophecy organization. We feel very confident that the experience these guys bring to the table will ensure a strong performance in the Gfinity Elite Series, and other tournaments to come. Catch us on October 7th when the team makes its competitive debut!” - Josh Raven, Prophecy GM.

Roster Update

With the first season of the Elite Series wrapped up, it's time for Prophecy to look ahead to the second season as it rapidly approaches. With a new season, comes new challenges, but it also brings with it a new draft, and a goodbye to the draft players for season 1. Having fought their way into the draft for season 1 and being given the chance to play and perform in a team for the first season of the Elite Series, our draft players performed well and above the expectations for them. As they head out from Prophecy and back into the draft for season 2, we look forward to seeing some of those names again as opposition this time.

As well as the goodbye to our draft players, we are also bidding farewell to a number of our players as we look to shake up the rosters of Prophecy. One of those farewells is to two of our core players in Rocket League, Sniper and Flarke. For season 1, the Rocket League lineup was not able to reach the goal that was expected for them of making playoffs, however both Sniper and Flarke will be sorely missed as they move on to new prospects and opportunities. A wild season 1 for Street Fighter 5 also has led us to make some changes to our lineup for season 2. With the end of this season, we say goodbye to RMZ, our resident Necalli player.

The largest change however for the upcoming second season comes with our CS:GO roster, as we say goodbye to the current lineup as we look to nurture new talent and rebuild for the next season of the Elite Series. The CS:GO lineup made one of the biggest splashes of the season as they upset EnVyUs' roster, the tournament favourite for first place. While the team were not able to upset the entire tournament and take first, the feat of reaching second was certainly not a minor one. With the end of this season, we bid farewell to the players however:

  • Quix
  • KoloR
  • Arch
  • Fleav
  • Kalle
  • Slap

Goodbye's are never easy, and we are sad to see the players we have come to know and love go, but we look forward to seeing what the future holds for them and for Prophecy.