Kamii leaves Renegades

North American esports organization Renegades has announced changes to their Rocket League roster, parting ways with their latest player Kamii. The 21-year-old New Zealand player has been team captain since May 2019.

We heartily say goodbye to Kamii. Kamii has been an important part of our organization both on and off the playing field. We wish Kamii the best of luck in his bright future and we can't wait to see what he does next! Once a renegade, a renegade forever.

Kamii joined Renegades in the spring of 2019, having moved from the Chiefs Esports Club camp. In three seasons, the 21-year-old New Zealand player helped the team win RLCS Season 7 - Gfinity Rocket League Oceanic Masters: Finals, RLCS Season 8 - Lets Play Live Rocket League Oceanic Championship: Finals, Rocket League Spring Series - Oceania, RLCS Season X - ESL Oceanic Championship: Fall Regional Event 2, RLCS Season X - ESL Oceanic Championship: Spring Regional Event 2 and RLCS 2021-22 - Fall: OCE Regional Event 2, among others.

First I would like to express my deepest gratitude and appreciation to Renegades and the staff who made my stay at Renegades an absolute pleasure and is the reason why I have stayed with the organization longer than others. Now I think it's time to look for a lineup, damn it I've been on the sidelines/witnessed this every year and this must be the craziest year yet, wrote Kamii

The last championship for Kamii as part of the Renegades was the Rocket League Championship Series 2021-22 - World Championship, according to the results of which the team took 13-16th place.

This is not the first change in the Renegades roster in recent weeks. A little earlier, the team was left without CJCJ, who announced his retirement, and also said goodbye to the LBP coach and Fever player.

At the time of writing, the organization remains without an active Rocket League roster, leaving its future in the discipline in limbo. At the same time, it is not clear whether Renegades intends to remain on the scene, or whether the organization will reconsider its attitude towards the Rocket League.