Ophelie Castelot
Ophelie Castelot
Ophelie is both an esport and journalism lover. She is the former head of the CS:GO section for a major esport website. Ophelie has been analyzing Overwatch ever since its release in 2016.

Overwatch League: Vancouver Titans Adds Seicoe And Skairipa

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The Vancouver Titans sign Maximilian “Seicoe” Otter and Robert “Skairipa” Lupsa from the European Contenders.

After signing five players back in November, the Vancouver Titans update their roster with the addition of two players from the European Contenders; Maximilian “Seicoe” Otter and Robert “Skairipa” Lupsa.

Maximilian “Seicoe” Otter is an Austrian DPS specialist. He's already played with several teams in the European Contenders. His abilities on projectile heroes helped him secure a victory during the European Contenders 2021 Season 1 with New Kings. Then going on to achieve similar results with Falcon Esports EU during Season 2 and 3.

Robert “Skairipa” Lupsa is a Romanian flex-support player that has been playing with some of the biggest teams in the European Contenders. The player already got medals from all colors in the Overwatch Contenders. He placed third with Young and Beautiful in European Contenders 2020 Season 2. Then he got the same result with British Hurricane one year later. With the London Spitfire’s academy team, he placed second in both Season 2 and 3 of the Contenders 2021 Season. He also snatched gold by winning the Season 1 2021 March tournament with British Hurricane.

Seicoe and Skairipa will both begin their journey in the Overwatch League with the Vancouver Titans. The team is already home to experienced players; like Petja “Masaa” Kantanen and Niclas “sHockWave” Jensen. They'll be able to guide the rookies for their first steps on the main stage.

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The Vancouver Titans now have seven players: three DPS, two supports, and only one tank. The team still needs to find a main tank partner for Nick “False” Wiseman. He remains the sole tank player of the Vancouver Titans.

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