Today Wolves eSports announces a reset of the project alongside a new team in a game that we premier in – Super Smash Bros.
In the recent weeks we got hit by a series of unfortunate events. Rainbow Six:Siege failed to qualify for the ESL Pro League and disbanded, our German CSGO team failed qualification for the 2nd Division of the 99Damage Liga and later on decided that the rebuild teams wants to go another route. Crossfire and SKILL also disbanded and left the project.
And now the happy news: Wolves eSports wanders into the Super Smash Bros scene with 4 players from Germany. Super Smash Bros is a game that is mainly played on offline events and started to get our attention lately. With all the things that have happened we decided to give the game a chance and hope that we’ll be able to grow alongside the still small German community in Smash compared to other regions. With Davide “Kunai KazeKun” Boccarossa being involved in the scene a lot as a player and organiser we hope Wolves eSports can leave its mark in the next months.
Lineup Wolves eSports.Smash:
Davide “Kunai KazeKun” Boccarossa
Benjamin “Wusi” Baye
David “Yoh” P.
Jeremy “Jaytec” M.
Statement Davide “Kunai KazeKun” Boccarossa:
“We are grateful for the chance to represent Wolves eSports within the competitive Smash scene and will work hard to unleash our full potential. We hope to be able to achieve decent results in the upcoming events and tournaments to continue our recent form. Again, thanks to Wolves eSports for the chance and we are looking forward to a great partnership!”
Apart from that Wolves eSports is still looking for teams in Counterstrike:Global Offensive, Overwatch, Rocket League, League of Legends and DotA2 just to name a few. If you are interested please email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org