According to Eder’s now former BRFC teammate Ken “kenma” Buechter, the player had been in talks with Cloud9 since the World Championship. Eder and Buechter’s departures from Tempo Storm had been widely expected, following reports of internal conflicts in the team.
According to Buechter’s post, BRFC are already in the process of securing a new fifth player. The team have emerged as one of the best squads in North America in the early stages of the off-season, and are looking to secure a main sponsor in early 2016.
As for Tempo Storm, the team is currently trying out Quinn “Srey” Fischer and Francisco “Goku” Avalos for the spots vacated by Eder and Buechter. The team is also searching for a new support after captain Wade “Dreadnaught” Penfold decided to retire from esports.
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