Spacestation Gaming said goodbye to retals

The North American esports organization Spacestation Gaming has announced changes to the Rocket League roster, parting ways with retals. Recall that the 19-year-old American left the starting lineup of the team last month. Now the club will have to find a third player, who, according to rumors, will be LJ.

retals joined Spacestation Gaming in the summer of 2020, having moved from the Pittsburgh Knights camp. In two full seasons, the 19-year-old American esportsman helped the team win RLCS Season X - Fall: The Grid NA - Week 1, RLCS Season X - Fall: NA Regional Event 1, RLCS Season X - Fall: NA Major, Rocket League Summit 2: North America, RLCS Season X - Spring: NA Regional Event 2 and Wave Dash.

In addition, together with the team, the player got into the TOP-3 following the results of RLCS 2021-22 - Winter Split Major, RLCS Season X - North American Championship, RLCS 2021-22 - Spring: NA Regional Event 1 - Verizon 5G Ultra Cup and RLCS 2021 -22 - Winter: NA Regional Event 1 - X Games Open.

The last championship for retals as part of Spacestation Gaming was the Rocket League Championship Series 2021-22 - World Championship, following which the team took 9-12th place and earned $30,000.

Spacestation Gaming's newcomer is expected to be LJ. The 17-year-old American player spent the last year and a half in Oxygen Esports, where he became the winner of Hercules Tires Invitational 1, and also made it to the top three at the end of RLCS Season X - Spring: Lamborghini Open - NA Regional Event 3, DreamHack Beyond 2021: Boost Cup - North America 2v2, AAA Challenger Series - Super Event 1 and AAA Challenger Series Championship.

Possible composition of Spacestation Gaming in the Rocket League discipline: