The swiss gamer further strengthens an already formidable Become Legends line-up.
Rapidly growing European Fortnite team “Become Legends” have revealed the latest pro to join their increasingly impressive roster. Fifteen-year-old star Noah “Noahreyli” Rey is the man is question, and is no doubt a sensational pick-up.
The news comes following a recent rebranding by BL, designed to help them appeal to a wider global audience without losing touch with their Nordic roots. You can learn more about these changes on the revamped Become Legends website.
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Known for his aggressive yet creative playstyle, Noahreyli has surged to the top of the EU scene in recent months, and is considered by many to be the best fighter in the game. Unfortunately for everyone else, two of his main competitors for this title are his Trio partners, “Vadeal” and “Rezon”.
Noah won’t be the only BL player out for blood at this weekend’s FNCS Grand Finals however. Both Iwo “Setty” Zajac and Artur "artor" Wielgosz qualified through Heat 2, clocking in at fourth and fifth place respectively.
Speaking in his welcome video, Noahreyli talked about the reasoning behind his decision. “I chose BL because I really like the org and it feels like a family to me” explained the young prodigy.
From the team’s point of view, it was a no-brainer. “Noah, for me, is one of the most promising players out there, his socials are exploding, his playstyle is unique and aggressive, and he is the missing link in the roster right now. Signing Noah felt like that last puzzle piece falling into place, and we are all very hyped for this”, Founder Renato Mahmutagic stated.
With Evan “Cented” Barron and Mack “MackWood” Aesoph each teasing imminent org announcements, this is certainly an exciting time for roster changes. Improved communication from Epic Games along with a more transparent competitive calendar will surely continue to drive external investment back into professional Fortnite.