Method PVP Returns to EU with Method Black

Method PVP Returns to EU with Method Black

In the wake of Samiyam's move to Method Orange last month, we can now officially confirm that the Method Arena team known formerly as "Method Black" has now dissolved. We are excited to announce the new Method Black roster, and it's filled with familiar (and world-championship caliber) players...from Europe.

It's time to welcome back veteran René "Swapxy" Pinkera from 2017's Method Triforce, bringing with him a wealth of experience with no less than four BlizzCon World Championship visits, and two gold medals! We also have another blast from the past, as Josef "Chas" Stoianov returns to Method after a two year absence, also bringing some BlizzCon experience as well as a whole lot of Regionals visits among many other tournament achievements. These two Method veterans are joined by newcomers Andreas "Raiku" Meaney and Oscar "Whaazz" Wulff, who are also familiar with the very top of Arena competition, including a BlizzCon finals appearance, a BlizzCon bronze medal and a lot of high placements in the Majors.

With this high caliber of talent and this much experience, the team is set to make quite a splash in the EU scene and fight through to BlizzCon 2018, so let's take a look at all the players in more detail!

Josef " Chas" Stoianov

5th/6th BlizzCon 2016, 3rd Eu Regionals 2016, 5th/6th EU Regionals 2017, 3rd AWC spring.

Looking forward to once again compete under the Method banner and hopefully bringing home the BlizzCon World Championship.

René "Swapxy" Pinkera

Two time BlizzCon World Champion, two additional Blizzcon appearances, two Eu regionals wins, two Eu regionals 2nd places.

Feels good to be back home.

Andreas "Raiku" Meaney

2015 BlizzCon finalist, 3rd BlizzCon 2016, 3rd EU regionals 2016, 3rd 2018 EU Spring Finals.

I'm here to get a first BlizzCon Championship for myself and Method.

Oscar "Whaazz" Wulff

3rd BlizzCon 2016, 1st EU Regionals 2016, 5th EU regionals 2017, 3rd Eu Spring Fianls 2018.

Here to stay and to win Method their first BlizzCon Championship.

For more on the team make sure to follow the players on twitter and, as always, follow @Method for more news and goings on!

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