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FlyQuest signs PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds team

These players used to compete as Off Constantly.

  • Teksti: Sam Bishop

FlyQuest, an esports organisation mostly known for its League of Legends team, has revealed that they are moving into PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds as well, signing the players that used to play together as Off Constantly in competitions like the PUBG Online leagues.

These players are Jonathan 'Hetror' Bent, Dylan 'Comet' Boden, Joseph 'SomeThang' White, and Chris 'Blue' Cofield, the lattermost of which has been there with this group since they first got together.

"We couldn't be more excited to officially expand our reach to the most played game on Steam," said FlyQuest General Manager Ryan Edens. "The sheer growth of the scene and the announcement of a large scale tournament at IEM Oakland is a sign of things to come. We feel the boys of Off Constantly give us the best chance to succeed while also giving back to the community as a whole."

Loads of big organisations are moving into PUBG esports recently, Team Dignitas being one of them, and with IEM Oakland hosting a $200,000 USD tournament it seems like the timing couldn't be better.

Do you think more teams should invest in PUBG?

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds