NotLikeThis shuffles around to become alltheRAGE
It’s been two weeks already since we announced BESL Pro Season 3 with its main topic of interest being the new regular season format that’s going to change the whole competition upside down as it is quite the opposite of what we’ve done until now.
Teams like wolsung, OnlineBOTS, Esi Pirmais eSports and ayned have already announced their rosters for the upcoming season and now it’s finally time to take a look at the Lithuanian scene with prochas and his comrades, previously known as NotLikeThis, shuffling the roster around to become alltheRAGE.
Team’s captain prochas is also one of the few veteran players here at BESL Pro as he has taken part in both Season 1 and 2 with his team NotLikeThis. After two season under the name, Lithuanian squad has decided that it’s time to evolve and start fresh under a new banner.
“We’re very happy and excited that we are about to play the 3rd season in this league! Even though we have changed two players in our team the motivation level is high and our newest additions want nothing more than to develop their skills further.
Our goal hasn’t changed from the previous season and that is to make it to the LAN finals. Last season we were a bit unlucky and we were just one step behind Final 4. This season we hope to finally make it!
This year we’re planning to improve our training quality, which will definitely help us to achieve better results. A factor that helps is that we’re all good friends outside of the game, so that lets us trust each other. We know that this is going to be a tough season as the level of opponents we will face is even stronger now, but we’re going to be ready to challenge them!”
Haflex, maty and prochas at Zowie BenQ GOEXANIMO CS:GO 5x5 #13
Here’s the full roster of alltheRAGE for Season 3:
As previously mentioned, prochas is no stranger to BESL Pro. In the first season of our league, his team NotLikeThis finished 6th out of the 10 teams with a win-loss record of 8-10 in the 18 regular season games, while most recently in Season 2 Lithuanians placed just outside the LAN finals bubble (5th place from 16 teams) with a win-loss record of 10-5 in the 15 regular season games.
BESL Pro Season 3 is set to start on 1st of April with sixteen best Baltic state teams battling it out for the prize pool of €9,000. More details can be found in the BESL Pro Season 3 announcement.
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Don’t miss out on the chance to qualify for the BESL Pro Season 3 via the open qualifiers! Registration is already open with the first qualifier set to start on 24th of February 14:00 Baltic time. Details about the qualifiers can be found here.
News article by: Bruno ‘Gekons’ Gailītis