HellRaisers acquires a PUBG team
The esports organization HellRaisers announced the opening of the PUBG roster. Russian players Daniil "dastish" Shipitsyn and Sergei "qmzx" Ivanov became the first two members of a new squad. The club plans to sign two more players to complete the roster.
HR also owns the CS:GO roster. Last month the organization dropped its Dota 2 team.
HellRaisers is not the first CIS club to acquire a PUBG team. Such names as Team Spirit, Vega Squadron, AVANGAR have already opened PUBG divisions. However, Virtus.pro and Natus Vincere – biggest CIS organizations – are not yet in a hurry to enter the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
Daniil "dastish" Shipitsyn:
I'm very glad to join HellRaisers and represent this tag in PUBG. I want to genuinely thank the organization for the given opportunity to prove ourselves. We'll do our best to show good results at the tournaments.
HR CEO Aleksey "xaoc" Kucherov:
I'm glad to announce that we're opening a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds division today. A community of players interested in this game is growing very fast, and HellRaisers can't remain on the sidelines, thus HellRaisers is now in PUBG, too! Stay tuned for further announcements and cheer for the new team!
Current HellRaisers PUBG roster
- Daniil "dastish" Shipitsyn
- Sergei "qmzx" Ivanov