Oddity Exit PUBG


The conclusion of July has also seen the conclusion of Oddity Esports’ PUBG team. The team has done amazing work under our banner and we could not be more proud of them. We have worked closely with the team and seen them grow and manage to qualify for the ESL Pro Circuit at which they competed throughout the duration of Phase 2.

Sadly due to a number of factors the team and the organisation decided that it was in everyone’s best interests to part ways. We would like to thank both Epiphanic and TimmyDee for their time after signing with us at the start of the year. There were some roster issues throughout the duration of their time under Oddity Esports and they worked closely with us to create solutions and enable the team to go on and qualify for the highest league of play for PUBG in Australia. Thank you to Defiand who was skilled and committed enough to come on board in the past few months to fill the roster hole that had opened up and for the time and commitment that he put into the team, which helped put the team back on the map. Finally we extend a heavy hearted farewell to Czr who has been with us since May of 2018. The past 14 months has seen Czr work with many different faces, through various different line ups. There are few in the organisation that have given more time than Czr and for this we thank him dearly.

We wish each and every one of our PUBG players all the best for the future, and hope to see them compete under our banner again.

PUBGMelvin Tang