Moist Esports is a relatively new team to the Rocket League Championship Series but has already established itself as one to watch. Despite only a top 8 finish at the World Championships this year, many analysts saw them as a tournament favourite, an accolade they more than earned.
Let's take a look at how Moist Esports made a name for themselves.
Moist Esports Tournament Record
Moist Esports came on to the scene in May 2022 when they acquired the roster of Team Queso, off the back of their 2nd place finish at the Winter Split Major.
The bar then could not have been higher for this new organisation, but they certainly did not disappoint. After coming second only to Team BDS in the spring regional, they swept through the Spring Major, winning 2 straight Best-of-7s in the final to win the whole event.
Moist Esports then came into the World Championships as the EU first seed and swept through the group stage with little opposition to Qualify for the playoff stage.
Unfortunately, Moist Esports fell to South American Team Furia in the quarterfinals, after a close best of 7 that went down to the last game. The top 8 finish was a disappointment for the organisation, but we can be sure they'll come back stronger next season.
Moist Esports Players
Moist Esports currently field a team of Joyo, and Rise, 2 English players, and Vatire, a yound prodigy from France. All 3 players came up in the original Team Queso Roster as rookies, and have worked their way up impressively quickly.
Besides team accolades, Joyo earned the MVP award from the RLCS spring major, with Vatire earning the Defensive MVP from the same tournament. Despite their finish, Vatira also earned the EU RLCS MVP award from the World Championship.