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Sources have come forward stating that Denial Esports will see two new additions to the team and see two others leave for different reasons. The team will add both Robby “blackpoisoN” Dall’Occo and Dominic “Domsterr” Sampaio with Domsterr being on loan from Energy Esports. Dropping off the roster will be Dimitri “Detrony” Hadjipaschal and Ruan “Elusive” van Wyk.

The information given to VPEsports states that when the team was initially acquired by Denial,  it came to management’s attention that Dimitri “Detrony” Hadjipaschali wanted to continue his career with Bravado Gaming. With that in mind, Denial has released Detrony.

Moms and dad be proud. Ruan “Elusive” van Wyk, will be returning back home to South Africa to finish his engineering degree. With only one year remaining on a four-year degree Elusive was told that there would be a curriculum change and that a significant amount of the university credits he had earned would be lost if he didn’t finish his degree by 2021. There is no word on whether or not he will come back following the completion of gaining a degree.

Internal talks among staff have praised Energy Esports as they gracious enough to loan the Denial Dominic “Domsterr” Sampaio in order to give him an opportunity to improve his game internationally and the potential to earn a permanent spot on the team.

Robby “blackpoisoN” Dall’Occo will join Denial in the United States as sources say he was already planning such a move.

This move will see the two ex energy esports players link up with the three youngsters from Denial and their coach. It is worth noting that Domsterr previously played, with both Johnny “JT” Theodosiou and Rhys “Fadey” Armstrong under the Carbon brand, while blackpoisoN previously played with, Aran “Sonic” Groesbeek and coach, Tiaan “T.c” Coertzen
under the previous Bravado Gaming lineup.

Denial Esports Lineup

  •  Aran “Sonic: Groesbeek
  •  Johnny “JT” Theodosiou
  • Rhys “Fadey” Armstrong
  •  Dominic “Domsterr” Sampaio (On loan from Energy as a trial player)
  •  (Coach) Tiaan “T.C” Coertzen
* Title photo courtesy of DreamHack.
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