Max “Satorius” Günther, Subicz “bluerzor” Dániel and Artur “Zwyroo” Trojan will sign with Team Heretics for the 2022 season, sources close to Upcomer confirmed the report by Esportmaniacos Friday. This past season, Satorius was the top laner for MOUZ, while bluerzor played as Team BDS’ jungler and Zwyroo was FC Schalke 04 Evolution’s mid laner.
Heretics, formerly known as Cream Real Betis, are mixing up their roster in a big way for the 2022 season.
The trio will round out the team as Jakob “Jackspektra” Kepple and Alexandru “whiteinn” Kolozsvari are singing with the team as well, as first reported by Esportmaniacos.
Before signing with Team Heretics, Satorius and his former team went to EU Masters twice in 2021. His highest placement at the tournament was the quarterfinal in the spring, losing 1-2 to BT Excel. Bluerzor did not make the European Regional League tournament in 2021 and Zwyroo only made it in the spring, losing to UCAM Esports Club 0-2 in the quarterfinals.
Zwyroo also briefly played for Real Cream Betis in 2020 before the team broke into the LVP SuperLiga in 2021.
Jackspektra had a verbal agreement with Karmine Corp days ago, but the arrival of Martin “Rekkles” Larsson to the French team changed the botlaner’s plans.
Jackspektra was put back on the market and many teams showed great interest in the player; some of them even volunteering to build the team around him. Among these teams were Solary of the Ligue Française de League of Legends, X7 Esports of the Northern League of Legends Championship, Movistar Riders and BISONS ECLUB of the Superliga and Team Heretics.
According to sources close to Upcomer, teams like BISONS and others made good offers to the player, but he ended up choosing the Spanish organization.
Sartorius was also a very coveted player. After passing through EU Masters and winning the German league, the player received interest from German teams such as GamerLegion and PENTA 1860.