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RBG Esports returns to professional Rocket League scene by acquiring Sup roster

Panthers are returning to RLCS after leaving in early January 2021.

The North American organisation, RBG Esports, has returned to the Rocket League professional scene by acquiring the Sup roster on 8th April.

RBG released their previous pick up, Bing Bong, back in January 2021 while Sup joins the org as their fifth full squad acquisition in four years.

Sup is an independent team that has been disbanded and reformed several times, with its current state coming to life at the beginning of March 2021.

Their roster is currently composed of David “Mile” Moreau, Johnny “money” Cambunga, Paulie “Stokelyy” Santoro, substitute Alex “Azfura” Hernandez and coach Chris “Threes” Keller who will be playing under the RBG Esports banner effective immediately.

Because at least two-thirds of the original roster is remaining together, per RLCS rules, RBG is also acquiring Sup’s leaderboard spot, a formality at this point as they are well far away from World Championship qualification.

RBG Esports made the announcement the very same day Sup was making their return to an RLCS X tournament in the second Spring regional in North America.

Make sure to catch all the action over the weekend to see how Sup-turned-RBG squares off against his Group C during Round-Robin against Ghost Gaming, NRG, G2 Esports and Pittsburgh Knights -- so much for a welcome back party, to say the least.