Publiclir trial Estonian duo

Dec 28 2015 2 min read
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Publiclir had been depleted to just three players following the departures of Aleksandar "jayzaR" Zarkovic and Alexander "dejvin" Nyqvist just a month after the team finished third at AlienTech AllStars, which they attended with Alexander "SKYTTEN" Carlsson as a stand-in.

Instead of picking up Swedish players, Publiclir surprisingly decided to bring in foreign talent in the shape of Kevin "HS" Tarn and Kristjan "FejtZ" Allsaar, two players who had recently left OnlineBots.

The Estonian duo are currently on trial with Publiclir and are expected to secure permanent deals should they manage to impress at the team's next offline event, the SpektrumLAN, in the first week of January.

"After the departures of Dejvin and jayzaR, which came at an unfortunate time, our growth as a team suffered a setback and we quickly started scouting players to see what kind of options we had," team member Daniel "DomiNate" Garcia told

"That is when we came up with the idea to trial HS and fejtZ. We will go to a LAN in Sweden to test the lineup and the capabilities of our new players.

"I am really positive about bringing in the two Estonian players."

With these changes, Publiclir currently have:

  • Daniel "DomiNate" Garcia
  • Jonas "Lekr0" Olofsson
  • Max "quix" Lindkvist
  • Kevin "HS" Tarn (trial)
  • Kristjan "FejtZ" Allsaar (trial)



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