Gale Force add a world champion to their Rocket League roster

Northern Gaming's last member finds a new roster.

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Gale Force finalized their Rocket League roster for the upcoming season, the organization announced yesterday.

Pierre “Turbopolsa” Silfver was a substitute player for Northern Gaming, the season three world champions, before joining Gale Force on Friday afternoon.

Gale Force has seen some success over the past few months, finishing second overall at DreamHack Summer 2017, where they lost to FlipSid3 Tactics in the final 4-2 on June 18. The team also finished top six at the Season Three RLCS Championship back in May.

After joining the roster, Turbo said in the team’s announcement that he “[chose] to play with GFE because I see the teamplay and the potential we have as a team.”

The team’s ambitions are simple—they want to win trophies. Gale Force’s acquisition of Turbopolsa means that the team could be ready to challenge some of the best Rocket League has to offer.

Former Northern Gaming world champions David “Deevo” Morrow, Nicolai “Maestro” Bang, and Remco “remkoe” den Boer recently joined Team EnVyUs on June 22 after Northern Gaming disbanded as an organization.

It will be interesting to see how Gale Force performs when this new lineup makes its debut in the fourth season of the RLCS.

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