When one door closes, 5 more open. Team ASDF have made waves in the Oceanic Competitive scene, with consistent strong performances domestically under the leadership of Michael “Lightstep” Hall, boasting a mix of young talent and experienced heads. The Chiefs Esports Club are delighted to welcome Team ASDF to our active roster!
- Michael “Lightstep” Hall – Chief_Lightstep
- Tyler “tucks” Reilly – Chief_Tucks
- Josh “INS” Potter – Chief_INS
- Liam “malta” Schembri – Chief_Malta
- Alistair “aliStair” Johnston – Chief_aliStair
“It’s great to be back in Chiefs colours and I’m excited to make the most of my opportunity. We will help bring in titles to the organisation that has treated Lightstep and I so well in the past, I’m sure will continue to do so down the track. Looking forward to a bright future in a rapidly expanding Australian CSGO scene! – Tyler “tucks” Reilly (@Chief_tucks)
The team now heads into Cybergamer’s Oceanic Esports Masters this weekend at the Australian Technology Park to compete for the first time under the Chief name against parallax, Avant Garde and Athletico Brotherhood, for a chance at a Nationals win. On an international level, the team are our Oceanic representatives and will head to Katowice to compete in ESEA’s Season 22 Global Challenge in the ESL Poland Studios on Wednesday.
“Excited to have Lightstep and Tucks back, who were both part of arguably our strongest roster yet. Looking forward to the future in a local CS:GO scene that is only going to get stronger and stronger with younger talent.” Frank “Sangy” Li (@Chief_Sangy)
We want to express our deepest gratitude to BURNRUOk, Nikkez, and deStiny for their time and effort here at Chiefs, we wish them all the best in their future Global Offensive journey! As for CHRiSOAOW, he will be staying on as a substitute player in the meantime for our current line-up.
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