The Gfinity Elite Series is coming ever closer, with the official kickoff of the UK’s first fully offline esports league landing on June 7th! Broadcast live from the home of UK esports, The Gfinity arena in London, the series will see 8 teams battle it out over the regular season and playoffs for a chance at the final showdown in the grand finals. But before that, there's also going to be a large gathering of all the teams on Player Day, coming next week on June 26th and 27th. So we decided it was high time to reveal team Method's full roster for all three games: CS:GO, Rocket League and Street Fighter 5!
Lead by team captain Neil "neilzinho" Finlay and new team manager Craig "Onscreen" Shannon, the CS:GO team has had amazing success in UK tournaments and is poised to break out into the international stage. You can check out more details about the team here.
|Neil Finlay||neilzinho (@neilzinhoCSGO)||UK|
|Tom Jenkinson||jenko (@jenkoxd)||UK|
|Reece Marrs||Puls3 (@Puls3CSGO)
|Pawel Pawlczak||saju (@inetkox)||Poland|
|Tom Rockcliffe||vertiGo (@tomvertiGocs)||UK|
The Rocket League team, lead by team captain Linus "al0t" Möllergren, is among the top in Europe and is anxious to get started in the Gfinity Elite Series. You can check out more details about the team here.
|Linus Möllergren||al0t (@al0t97)
|Rymel Hanson||Mye_bipod_4shor (@MyeBipod4shor)
|| Flame_RL (@FlamE_RL)
The Street Fighter 5 team has a great number of tournament victories under their collective belts, including an EVO championship and the current top spot in the EU Capcom Pro Tour, courtesy of Olivier "Luffy" Hay, and will be lead by team captain Marcus "Packz" Parker. You can check out more details about the team here.
|Marcus Parker||Packz (@DopeBoyPackz)||UK
So don't forget to tune in next month from the 7th for some amazing esports action and follow the Method twitter for any updates!
(all times BST)