G2 Esports has signed popular content creator Joshua “PhantomACE” Scrivens as its second Apex Legends streamer.
The news comes just days after Craig “onscreen” Shannon joined G2’s ranks.
PhantomACE, who is best known for his Twitch streams and YouTube videos on Rocket League, swiftly transitioned to Respawn’s hit title after its release and evidently took a liking to it. At time of writing, he has over 210,000 subscribers on YouTube and over 113,000 followers on Twitch—numbers that are surely to grow as the hits record levels of popularity.
There’s no word as to whether PhantomACE will compete in tournaments, such as Twitch Rivals, though his new teammate, onscreen, recently took part in the second iteration of Twitch’s event.
G2 Esports declared its interest in expanding into the new title on Feb. 13, barely a week after its surprise release. Other organizations, including 100 Thieves, Fnatic, and Team SoloMid, have also expressed interest in entering the game. Not long after signing for NRG Esports, Coby “dizzy” Meadows won the first Apex Legends tournament alongside popular streamers Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and Richard “KingRichard” Nelson.