Ninjas in Pyjamas sign WTSG

Ninjas in Pyjamas signed the formerly independent PLAYERUNKNOWN’s BATTLEGROUNDS lineup Welcome to South George. Previously, the lineup stated that they had received various offers from organizations that wanted to get hold of what is one of the most successful teams in the scene. But none of the offers has been satisfying, until now.

Ninjas in Pyjamas PUBG: 

Justin “Miracu” McNally
Laurynas “Gaxy” Rudys
Alex “vard” Gouge
Laurynas “Nbs” Kisielius

Martin “dohfOs” Lundén (coach)

“I think it’s safe to say that many of us are long-standing fans of Ninjas in Pyjamas. The organisation and the players in it are legends of their own, especially in the FPS genre were we come from. Becoming a part of that and joining NiP is obviously something that we’re extremely happy about. Having played under the WTSG tag for a while, grinding it out to find the right fit, and now we’ve done just that. We can’t wait to get started and together build our own legacy and bring NiP to new heights in the PUBG scene.”

– Justin “MiracU” McNally

After the team placed 3rd in both, the TPP and FPP competitions at the PUBG Global Invitational it is safe to say that they are one of the best teams in the worlds. However, on the 4th of September, former WTSG star player Mathias “Larsen” Winther Larsen announced via Twitter that he has been benched by WTSG. Since then, Larsen is a free agent looking to join a new team.

Roughly two weeks ago, Ninjas in Pyjamas announced the release of all their remaining PUBG player including Drew “Sweaterr” Miser, Oliver “Ollywood” Tell and Karl Johan “Ekkz” Kallevik. In late July, NiP planned to restructure their PUBG division and by building up two new rosters. Those plans obviously got canceled executing the release of all remaining players in early September.

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Alexander Hugo

Alexander studied Media and Communication Management in Berlin and London with additional two years of legal studies in Osnabrück, Germany. The Shotcaller is his second esports related project after founding PENTA Sports in 2014.

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