FlyQuest is the latest esports organization to dive into the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds esports pool, as the team announced a brand new roster this morning “after months of due diligence.”
The roster played under the name Off Constantly in the Auzom and PUBG Online leagues. It consists of Jonathan “Hetror” Bent, Dylan “Comet” Boden, Joseph “SomeThang” White, and Chris “Blue” Cofeld. The squad was third all-time in the PUBG Online Showdown series.
“We couldn’t be more excited to officially expand our reach to the most played game on Steam,” said FlyQuest general manager Ryan Edens. “The sheer growth of the scene and the announcement of a large scale tournament at IEM Oakland is a sign of things to come. We feel the boys of Off Constantly give us the best chance to succeed while also giving back to the community as a whole.”
FlyQuest is probably most known for its League of Legends team, which fell just short of qualifying for Worlds. But PUBG is a different animal entirely, and FlyQuest is just one of many organizations hoping to see the game’s popularity on Steam translate into esports.
“We are absolutely ready to represent FlyQuest and are grateful for the opportunity,” said Blue. “It is an honor to be part of such an established organization and we plan to bring the same passion we show for the game to the FlyQuest fans.”