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StarCraft II WCS ANZ Challenger 3 champion Probe heads to Legacy Esports

StarCraft II WCS ANZ Challenger 3 champion Sean ‘Probe’ Kempen has joined Legacy Esports, the club recently announced.

Probe, who’s ranked 15th in the WCS Circuit, recently took home the Challenger 3 Crown at a live event in Sydney.

“Having Sean join the Legacy Esports organisation is a fantastic outcome for both Legacy, Sean and for the many Starcraft fans here in Australia and overseas. He brings a wealth of international experience to our organisation and we look forward to providing a high performance environment to help Sean’s continual improvement,” said the Adelaide Crows’ Nigel Smart.

As you may recall, the Adelaide Crows recently acquired Legacy Esports. Originally touted as a move into League of Legends’ OPL, it looks like this endeavour is expanding.

Probe’s first tournament as a member of Legacy Esports will be at Dreamhack Valencia, taking place in a few days.



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