Grayhound Gaming have formally confirmed the addition of Ollie "Dickstacy" Tierney to their squad.
The Australian player, 20, joins Grayhound on a permanent basis after playing for the team as a stand-in in some tournaments, including at the recent ROG Masters Asia Pacific, helping them to qualify for the main ROG Masters event, which will be held later this year in Kuala Lumpur.
Ollie "Dickstacy" Tierney, who helped Chiefs to reach the quarter-finals at the IeSF World Championship last week, will fill the void left by Montheara "prakM" Prak, who was benched in October after four months on the roster.
The former Athletico man will attend his first official event for Grayhound this weekend as the team will be in action at the ZEN League Season 2 Finals, in Sydney, where four sides will duke it out for 30,000 AUD (~$23,000) in prize money.
Montheara "prakM" Prak (backup)
Say hello to our official roster leading into the @ASUSAU @ROGMasters 2017 Grand Finals in KL, Malaysia and the @ESLAustralia #ZenLeagueS2 finals— Grayhound Gaming (@grayhoundgaming) November 14, 2017
Special thanks to @ROGMasters for this awesome video!
Welcome Oliver "@DickStacyy #BiggestRigAU" Tierney#ReleaseTheHounds pic.twitter.com/Gi5NUCyKxW