Vitality finished 5-6th in the European RLCS Season 6, which made his move from the reigning European champions even more surprising. He joins new teammates Fairy Peak and Scrub Killa, and was welcomed by Vitality as a player who will help the squad "reach stay at the top all season long." The two-time world champion's creativity and mechanical prowess will certainly bolster Vitality, but will it be enough for them to dominate the strong European region?
Earlier this month, Evil Geniuses' Chicago transferred to G2, leaving the team without a third starting player on their roster. In response, the American organization recently signed Drippay to www.lolga.com complete their squad.
Drippay is hailed as one of the greatest players from the Oceania region, who helped his former squad, Chiefs, earn 4th place at the RLCS Season 6 World Championship. As only one of two Oceania teams in the RLCS Season 6 World Championship, Chiefs and Drippay proved that the Oceania region is no pushover by defeating PSG Esports, NRG Esports, and Evil Geniuses.
Drippay's transfer to the North American region will give him another chance to prove that Oceania produces some of the best Rocket League players in the world. However, his departure from Oceania may leave the region stunted in future international events. Rocket League Trading will be exciting to see if the underdog Oceania region can make a deep run in the RLCS World Finals once again.With so many transfers completed and questions to be answered, Season 7 is looking to be the most exciting yet.