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Solary’s Rocket League team disbands, players and coaching staff released

After Tox’s departure on 3rd March, the team released everyone left on the roster including starters, coach and stand-in.
Solary’s Rocket League team disbands, players and coaching staff released

After a couple of disappointing showings in the revamped RLCS Season X, Solary has left the competitive Rocket League scene for the time being.

The disbandment started on 3rd March with the release of German player, Damian “Tox” Schäfer who immediately joined Aether alongside Maurice “Yukeo” Weihs and Dylan “eekso” Pickering.

Then, on 5th March Solary released the remaining roster composed of Kérian “Kérian” Candolfi, Brice “ExoTiiK” Bigeard, substitute Anthony “Porto” Gabriel and coach Geoffrey “Finish” Perrot.

While an official announcement is yet to be made by Solary’s social media team, teammates have already opened up about their future in the Rocket League world of esports.

Kérian found a new team, The Three Musketeers, alongside former Solary teammate,  Clément “Yukiss” Pardonche, adding Emre "Emre" Akbalik to the starting squad, Top Blokes’ former substitute, and bringing Porto along still as a substitute for the Spring Split.

Solary’s highlights during their run in the competitive Rocket League scene brought a 3rd place finish in Europe’s RLRS Season 9, a Top 8 finish during the Fall EU Regional Event #1 and a 1st place in the Monaco Gaming Show: Warm Up Edition.

Also, Psyonix had recently added Solary’s Fennec decals to the revamped esports item shop.

An update is expected soon to renew esports contracts surrounding in-game content, most likely taking away all of Solary’s items for good if this were to be the end of the road for them.

The organisation would be walking away with total winnings of $38,002 in earnings according to Liquipedia Rocket League.

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It is still unknown if the organisation is leaving the scene for good or if they are picking up another squad to play under their name as we recently saw with release and signing of rosters in the span of two weeks.

Whether Solary stays or goes, their 11th place in the European region and 670 RLCS points are forfeited because of the roster changes.

We’ll have to wait and see what The Three Musketeers can do as we await the start of the Spring Split in the next couple of weeks.