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09 /08
Rocket League

PSG Esports says goodbye to it’s Rocket League team

Next year, Emil ‘Fruity‘ Moselund, Victor ‘Ferra’ Francal and Thibault ‘Chausette45’ Grzesiak will no longer be playing for the PSG Esports.

Let's have a quick reminder on what have been an amazing journey for this incredibly talented trio who already has a impressive track record. Because yes, this Rocket League team is first and foremost one of the most prolific team that the PSG eSports has been along with : besides some really good results during the Rocket League Showdown, the Rocket League Championship Series and also the World Showdown of Esports, this team has won the last two Dreamhack including Valencia only a few weeks ago. In addition of being really effective and consistent, this has been the team with the highest longevity within the PSE Esports. Therefore we are very sad today to say goodbye to Emil ‘Fruity‘ Moselund, Victor ‘Ferra’ Francal and Thibault ‘Chausette45’ Grzesiak aka "Le Fennec", for his inventive shots and his goals that almost felt they were coming from another planet. We wish the players good luck for what's coming next in their carrer and we hope they'll find a new team very soon. Because the next structure that will have the chance to welcome those players in will most likely win many trophies with them. But don't worry, the PSG Esports is not giving up on Rocket League. A page turns but there's more to come and we will make sure to update you with some further news very soon. Stay tuned... Allez Paris !

08 /08

DaXe failed to reach the final stages of the FIFA eWorld Cup

This weekend was held in London the FIFA eWorld Cup - more commonly known as the FIFA world championship - in which Lucas "DaXe" Cuillerier participated thanks to a more than successful season and a champion title win at the FIFA eNations Cup that enabled him to reach the 3rd place in the world general ranking.

Unfortunately, after a cruel defeat against the reigning world champion "MsDossary", DaXe finished 5th in his group and saw his dreams of finals disappear. Let's have a look back at his journey. The competition had not started so badly for our player who had ensured the necessary by ranking 3rd in his group at the end of the first day, with a total of 3 wins and 2 losses. But the level being extremely high, the difference in points between the players is very small and the difference can be made to very few things... Indeed, to start this 2nd day of competition, DaXe faced "Goal Machine FIFA" and took the lead at the 18th minute with a goal proving why he is called "The Artist". But at this level, you should never let your guard down: even though he dominated the game, DaXe was finally joined at the end of the game to conclude on a score of 2-2. The result is complicated as the last group match approaches against the title holder "MsDossary", who is flying over this group phase with a total of 6 wins to his credit. And unfortunately DaXe could not face the Saudi who won his 7th consecutive victory: perfect result for the reigning world champion. This defeat was all the more difficult to swallow for DaXe who was cruelly eliminated by finishing 5th in group D, due to a small difference of points... His French companion Maestro, with whom he won the FIFA eNations Cup a few months ago, finished 4th in his group and managed to reach the quarter-finals before losing in a very close match against the man who would eventually win the competition: the German "MoAuba". It is on a frustrating and bitter result that our artist DaXe concludes this FIFA eWorld Cup. The FIFA19 season is over and it is now time for The Artist to prepare for the next FIFA20 season, which promises to be exciting and full of surprises! Allez Paris!