G2 Esports Adds NA East Pro Ajerss To Fortnite Team

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G2 Esports Adds NA East Pro Ajerss To Fortnite Team

Multiple-time FNCS Finalist Ajerss signs with G2 Esports.

German esports organization — G2 Esports — expanded its Fortnite roster yesterday, adding NA East player Ajerss to the team. The acquisition marks G2’s sixth new player since signing German player Kevin “Letshe” Fedjuschkin one year ago. It’s been quite a ride for G2, who possesses one of Fortnite’s most underrated rosters. The addition of Ajerss elevates them even more and has the representation he deserves.

G2 Esports Announces Ajerss Signing

The award-winning organization’s Twitter account revealed Ajerss as its latest pick-up. While brief, the accompanying clip compilation showcased the player’s abilities in competitive Fortnite. Even more impressive is Ajerss track record in the scene dating back to Chapter 2 – Season 1.

The 16-year-old has risen through the ranks and is currently one of NA East’s top players. Ajerss has made nine appearances in FNCS Season Finals since Chapter 2 – Season 3. His recent trio FNCS results are remarkable; sixth in Chapter 2 – Season 5, fourth in Chapter 2 – Season 6, seventh in Chapter 2 – Season 7 and ninth in Chapter 2 – Season 8. While somewhat unknown to the masses, Ajerss is a star, waiting to break through on a significant stage.

He could very well secure first alongside teammates Rocco “Saf” Morales and Leon “Khanada” Khim.

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Another Smart Addition for G2 Esports

Ajerss joins the likes of Letshe, Smqcked, Jelty, Jahq and MackWood—all of whom are established in the professional Fortnite scene. G2 has been quietly building a formidable roster of players, rivaling some of the other reputable organizations. With LANs coming back in 2022, G2 signed Ajerss at the perfect time. We’ll have to see what he can accomplish under a new banner.

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Matt Pryor
Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.