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Cr1TiKaL’s Moist Esports in bidding war for Top 4 RLCS team

Twitch streamer MoistCr1TiKaL has shown a lot of interest in joining the car ball soccer esports scene sooner rather than later...
The internet's favourite voice of the voiceless, YouTuber and Twitch streamer Charles "MoistCr1TiKaL" White, launched his own org, Moist Esports, back in August this year and while some fans are yet to take the project seriously, their car ball interest is no joke whatsoever.

The 27-year-old recently made claims about wanting to acquire the True Neutral roster after it was announced that the rocketeers were looking to represent “a larger organisation.”

“We are not trying to pick anybody else up at the moment cause right now we put an offer in at the moment to buy True Neutral in the RLCS”, the popular content creator announced. “We put in a bid that hopefully is better than the other orgs, hopefully, we’ll be able to have them for Moist Esports.”

Now, the South American darlings are looking to take their Rocket League talents to a Tier 1 org with Tier 1 payments and Tier 1 viewership -- and Moist might be covering all the bases.

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The South American org currently has official True Neutral decals in the esports item shop. (Picture: Psyonix)

The roster composed of Facundo "Shad" Vallerino, Victor "Reysbull" Duran Parra, Lautaro "ajg" Gusinsky, and coach Lucas "Aguesome" Rodriguez moved to Mexico in order to start playing in the North American region.

They dominated their SAM stay, however, conquering three Majors wins, three Grand Series wins, and a Regional Championship amassing over $150,000 in prize pool earnings in the RLCS X season alone.

Now in NA, the Vamos movement keeps growing in numbers raking in casuals, diehards and casters alike as their contagious playstyle and captivating story is one for the history books.

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TN ran through the competition in SAM so much so that they moved regions looking to conquer the world one continent at a time. (Picture: Psyonix)

Their recent participation in the first two events of the region had the TN squad walking away with $12,500 and a total of 350 circuit points -- currently sitting in a four-way tie for fourth place.

The top five spots in North America will classify for the Stockholm Fall Major, the first LAN event for the scene in almost two years. Who knows if they’ll still be representing True Neutral by then.

This transfer would not only mean a brighter future for the rocketeers but also a larger audience for the esports scene in general with Cr1TiKaL’s massive following being introduced to or reminded about Rocket League’s potential. Vamoist, has a ring to it, right?

 

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Feature image courtesy of True Neutral and MoistCr1TiKaL.