Dignitas returns to the Battlegrounds with Zenith squad
Renowned esports club Dignitas has announced its return to the professional scene of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Zenith E-Sports' squad will represent the American organization in this discipline from now on.
I have been a long-time fan of PUBG, playing it at release and following the scene ever since. Whenever Dignitas enters a game, we do it for two reasons; we love the game and we can field a team that can win. The group of guys that we’ve picked up have the ability to not only win domestically, but win a World Championship, and we’ll be providing them with the tools that they need to make it happen
- James Baker, Director of Esports
Dignitas has released its PUBG squad in January 2019. In all that time, representatives of the club won about $26,000 in prize money in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
A couple of weeks ago, Zenith E-Sports unveiled a revamped roster for the fourth season of PUBG Continental Series 4. The team left Canadian Luke "Meluke" Laing and American Jaden "Vegas" James. The vacant spots were occupied by Brit Joe "HoneyBadger" Haylock and Brazilian Pedro "Sparkingg" Ribeiro.
Zenith E-Sports finished second at the PUBG Global Invitational.S in South Korea, earning over a million dollars.
- Joe "HoneyBadger" Haylock
- Pedro "Sparkingg" Ribeiro
- Brent "Poonage" Mullany
- Nolan "Shinboi" Burdick