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BWIPO Finds a New Home on Team Liquid


Nov 27, 2021 ,
BWIPO Finds a New Home on Team Liquid

Yes folks, believe it or not but what could possibly be the absolute best jungler and top laner on the Rift has now decided that it was about time that he switched teams as he is now officially joining Team Liquid.

This is quite amazing news considering the fact that this means that BWIPO is literally about to switch regions as a whole in order to move on to Team Liquid.

Gabriel “Bwipo” Rau was always referred to as one of the top EU players in the world so seeing him switch on over to NA is definitely ruffling a lot of feathers to say the least.

Fnatic also announced the fact that their top-laner-turned-jungler is soon going to be making the monumental decision of leaving the team so things are rapidly changing to the point where nobody can tell what the final outcome will be anymore.

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As soon as they posted this decision however, Team Liquid instantly released their very own statement in which they claimed that not only will Bwipo be switching regions but that he will be overall changing teams as well, joining their roster instead as their top laner.

This is sad news for those that were excited to see jungle Bwipo in action some more but alas we are still very excited to see where Bwipo’s new career choice will take him overall.

In case you haven’t been keeping up with Bwipo, essentially, he joined Fnatic’s roster back in 2018, becoming the top substitute for Paul “sOAZ” Boyer, only to then turn itno their bot laner from the moment that the meta changed from ADCs. 

Because of this, one of the best players in the game, Martin “Rekkles” Larsson, was actually forced to leave the game for a while, only to return soon enough to change the meta one match at a time yet again.

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It didn’t take long before Bwipo decided to stay in the team as a top laner, making this the first ever case of an EU LCS being rebranded into a LEC.

But again, this didn’t last all that long because he quickly changed places with Oskar “Selfmade” Boderek as soon as he left, becoming the next jungle for his team.

Afterwards he changed from role to role, essentially taking on every challenge and making sure that he sticks his landing and makes the most out of it regardless of which matchup he was forced to play against.

He played against some of the best players in the world and he even took part in four World Championships while representing Fnatic. During this time period he also found himself winning two European titles but that was the end of his streak for a while.

He couldn’t keep up afterwards and especially since Elias “Upset” Lipp couldn’t be a part of the team anymore, they were only able to win one match out of six during the Group Stage event.

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Now that he’s on Team Liquid however we are expecting a lot of greatness for him. Hopefully he won’t disappoint us, but knowing how good of a track record he has we can only expect great things for him in the near future.

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