Spacestation Gaming signs LJ

North American esports organization Spacestation Gaming has announced the signing of LJ. The 17-year-old American player is called upon to complete the Rocket League squad, replacing the recently departed retals.

LJ has been playing for the Oxygen Esports team for the past year and a half. During this time, the 17-year-old American player helped the team become the winner of Hercules Tires Invitational 1, as well as get into the TOP-3 according to the results 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.

In addition, together with the LJ team, he took part in RLCS Season X - Spring: The Grid NA (13th place), RLCS 2021-22 - Fall: North America Regional Event 3 - Fall Classic (5-8th place) and RLCS 2021-22 - Winter: North America Regional Event 3 - Mobil 1 Mountain Classic (5th-6th place).

In turn, the North American club recently officially said goodbye to retals. The 19-year-old American esportsman has represented the club's colors for the past two seasons.

The debut of the young American as part of Spacestation Gaming will take place today, September 21, as part of the Roster Royale. The team will compete for a $12,000 prize pool.

The updated Spacestation Gaming roster in the Rocket League discipline: