Since day one we’ve been playing PUBG here and there as a refreshment to all the current esport titles. Why? Because it sure is a lot of fun and together it just makes a great game to chill out and relax.
With the development of it’s player base, the esport scene around the game has also grown. The first PUBG Invitational by Bluehole and ESL had 368 teams registered and a prizepool of $180’000.
It’s time for us to enter the stage! We’re happy and proud to support a local team, consisting of members inside the SILENTGAMING community.
˝Welcome Marc “Elesde” Rais and David “Ownkel” Sager!˝
Let’s have a closer look at our new duo:
Marc “Elesde” Rais
Elesde is very new to the competitive scene, he started by playing CS:GO in 2016. After his last team split up he discovered the game Playerunknown’s Battleground in March 2017. So he started playing together with Ownkel and began grinding the leaderboards. After a competitive scene was eventually built around the game, he decided that he wanted to play PUBG competitively.
David "Ownkel" Sager
Ownkel started playing competitively with Battlefield 1942 in 2002. As the Battlefield scene died he started to play CS:Source competitively for some time. He never lost interest in the tactical military fps genre and played a wide variety of these games over the years, including all Battlefield games, Arma, Day-Z and Rainbow Six Siege. Since the release in march 2017 he basically only played Playerunknown’s Battleground and decided shortly after to enter the competitive scene.
A Near future goal for the team is getting to the top positions in the leaderboards, so they'll get considered for a spot in the big invitational tournaments. Also, their goal is to participate in duo cups as a training method for competitive matches.
We wish them the best of luck and naturally a lot of fun! We’re happy to have you in our #SILENTFamily.