Just announced today, j1n has moved to excello. Excello has not had an American CS team since back in 2006. j1n is currently competing in ESEA, ESL and CEVO. As of today, they are a perfect 7-0 in ESL.
Along with moving to a new organization, j1n have picked up David ‘savior’ Park to replace Don ‘b3ff’ Frain. David will be joining an American team that is on the rise.
We will see this new roster in a few weeks at WCG USA National Finals as they compete to represent Team USA in Chengdu, China.
After talking to Excello’s owner Alberto for time and time again, we couldn’t think of a reason not to be a part of the organization. We needed an organization willing to give us the support and backing to get to the next level. Excello is already well known in the European scene, so they don’t need much of an introduction. Playing under Excello will only help us in achieving what we’ve been working for. With the financial backing and support from their main sponsor Zowie Gear, we’ll be attending WCG/ESEA Invite Playoffs LAN under Excello. Also with moving to Excello, we are going forward with a new player. Not new to the scene but to our history with j1n. David will be playing with us as we move forward and prepare for the upcoming events. Support us at #excello throughout all our future endeavors.” – CJ ‘cJ_B’ Banarsee, j1n Captain
I am happy to finally announce j1n as our new stone into the North American eSports scene. They have shown the right mentality and I am certain that this will be a great new chapter in Excello’s history. Welcome and good luck Excello ones. – Alberto ‘tomahawk’ Duarte, Excello Managing Director
CJ ‘cJ_B’ Banarsee
Christopher ‘projeckt’ Costoso
David ‘savior’ Park
Demir ‘wrd’ Decevic
Alex ‘hazard’ Martins