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Rogue picks up FlyQuest's Rocket League team

FlyQuest revealed that they had exited the Rocket League scene, with AyyJayy, Wesker, and Wonder going to the new team.

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Esports organisation FlyQuest has announced on Twitter that they will no longer be competing in Psyonix's game Rocket League, with the statement revealing that players Wesker, Wonder, and AyyJayy have been transferred to Rogue Gaming, while PrimeThunder is now a free agent.

"Very thankful for everything FlyQuest has done for our team and supported us till the end, excited for 2019," AyyJayy said on Twitter.

No reason was given in FlyQuest's statement for the departure, but it's great that a lot of the team has already found a new home.

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