After releasing Jorge “Boamx” Campos earlier this month, Most Wanted has announced their newest Outlaw ahead of HCS Las Vegas.
— Most Wanted (@MWeSports) November 7, 2016
Alex “Swift Kill” Ramirez has been around the Halo professional scene since Halo 2 in 2009, and most recently teamed with eLevate to take home 3rd/4th and $250,000 at the Halo World Championships last March.
Most Wanted Owner and CEO Alex Arteaga said that this decision was a great pickup for his team, and is confident that this team can make waves in Vegas.
“Swift Kill is the perfect addition to the team, he has the experience. #MWHalo wouldn’t pick a new fourth if they didn’t believe he was the right fit,” Arteaga said.
Most Wanted wrapped up its Open Circuit season finishing 5th/6th at the last Millennial Esports (formerly known as Pro Gaming League) Legendary Cup. This kept them steady in second for total season points at 2,025, and only sit behind 3sUp who ended the season at 2,410.
Regardless of whether they come out of Las Vegas as a relegation tournament team, Most Wanted automaticaly qualifies for the upcoming Esports Minor League. However, this organization is hungry for a Pro League spot.
“I’m excited for Vegas and everything that’s going to come out of it,” said Arteaga.
“Do I think they’ll qualify for relegation? Yes, I do.”
Do you think Most Wanted will come out of HCS Las Vegas as one of the two teams invited to the relegation tournament?
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James Mattone is a journalist for GAMURS and can be contacted by Twitter –@TheJamesMattone.