The former Jpak and friends squad were under the Absolute Legends banner for quite some time now. All though they had ambition, they've made some drastic line up changes to try and make a big mark on the competitive scene this time.
Jpak and friends were picked up a few months back by Absolute Legends. This was the teams first big break in the competitive scene and while it all looked good, things didn't work out for the best since they let 4 of the 5 players leave just a few days ago. The reasons behind the changes were that they just didn't work well together.
The man who survived is team captain Joshua "Jpak" Pak. he already picked up 4 new members to play with alongside him and their recent performances in scrims and online cups have been promising according to AL.
Statement from AL.na's manager, Nick 'dummie' Necessary:
I cannot wait to watch our new team at IEM, IPL, MLG, etc. They have been playing extremely well for the past two weeks. I have very high hopes for them in future tourneys. We are aiming for top ten in the world, nothing less. I wish the best of luck to our previous members and our new line up.
“The only limits are, as always, those of vision.” - James Broughton
Team captain, Joshua "Jpak" Pak had this to say at absolute legends:
I am really happy with our new line-up. Our fit together as a team is much better than before. As for our previous line-up, we just did not mesh well together. I wish them all the best. We are looking forward to qualifying for IPL5, and future MLGs.
The new line up for Absolute Legends.na:
Wu - Top lane
Scuderi - AD Carry
Ong - Jungle
Choi "NO 1 INC"
Joo Young - AP Carry
Pak - Support