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Emtee of Moist Esports walks past the ALGS Championship trophy as steam billows behind him.
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Moist Esports caps off 2024 NA Apex Legends roster with former NRG and TL star

Moist Esports is coming to North America with a new face in tow.

Today, Moist Esports announced the third member of its 2024 Apex Legends Global Series team, which will compete in the North American league for the fourth year of ALGS after a region switch from APAC South. 

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20-year-old Zachary “Gild” Dennis will complete the roster, moving from regional giant NRG to play alongside Australian players Ben “Wxltzy” Walton (formerly of popular unsigned APAC South squad Team Burger) and Matthew “Emtee” Trengove (formerly of EXO Clan, Team Rejects, and Team Burger). 

The writing was on the wall for this transfer, as Gild was trialing with the Moist boys earlier this month, playing in APAC South scrims and going on to win the Kurupt Cup with them on Oct. 12. 

Gild played well, putting up 17 kills, 19 assists, and 7,600 damage across the six-game series. Performances like these are what have made Gild a popular prospect in the ALGS, and what have earned him a reputation as a bit of a prodigy. 

He entered the league on the now-disbanded Team Liquid roster that took second place at the 2022 Split 2 playoffs. His prowess on this team caught NRG’s attention, and he signed with them in August 2022. 

Many thought this signing would elevate NRG to super team status by pairing Gild’s firepower with Christopher “sweetdreams” Sexton’s in-game leadership. They did see success at first, taking second during this year’s Split One Playoffs, but they were never able to replicate that success, with fellow IGL Phillip “ImperialHal” Dosen even criticizing the way sweet managed Gild during this year’s Split Two Playoffs. 

For their part, Moist have achieved a pretty solid record during their tenure in the ALGS, qualifying for all three LAN events in 2023, with a sixth-place finish in the Split One Playoffs their best result. It’s unclear if their regional move and roster shake up will help or hinder them this coming season, but they’ll certainly be hoping to put some W’s on the board with Gild on the team in 2024.

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