Moist Esports, an eSports organization founded by Charlie «MoistCr1TiKaL» White has signed the Queso Rocket League roster. MoistCr1TiKaL is a Rocket League fan, and in the past he wanted to acquire Complexity Gaming and Sandrock Gaming lists, but no deal succeeded. Signing the Queso team is perhaps the best option, given how successful the team has been in the recent past with two European regional victories.
Moist Esports Rocket League list review
The new list of Moist Esports Rocket League has:
The trio secured two of Europe’s three regional championships during the winter division. The team took second place in the remaining section and reached the grand final against G2 Esports, but unfortunately the players were unable to reach the finish line.
The Moist Esports roster is known for its brilliant games, and it has managed to win the hearts of fans around the world. The team has already proven that it can keep up with the best teams in Europe, and it will be interesting to see how the team will perform at international LAN events later this year. Moist Esports has defeated teams such as Spacestation Gaming, FURIA, FaZe Clan, Evil Geniuses and NRG to get to the position she is in.
The Rocket League Championship series 2021-2022 is still going on and it will end with the World Championships in August 2022. Moist Esports will strive to win a place among the 24 teams that will get to the event.
The former Queso roster team has completed the competition on the winter track, and it will debut under the Moist Esports Banner in June 2022, when the spring of 2022 kicks off. Depending on the performance of the team, it can qualify directly for the World Cup or get to the competitions on conditional signs. The World Cup will be held at the Dickies Arena in Dallas, USA, from August 4, 2022, and the grand finale is scheduled for August 14, 2022.