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theScore esports Daily (March 27): Vega Squadron reportedly looking at seized, compLexity Gaming to replace Rogue at ECS and Ninja gets his own Red Bull can

by Devin Jones a month ago
Thumbnail image courtesy of Helena Kristiansson / ESL

theScore esports Daily is a once-a-day briefing covering the top news stories from around the world of esports.

Vega Squadron reportedly looking at seized and scoobyxie

According to a report from Dexerto writer Jarek "DeKay" Lewis, Russian esports organization Vega Squadron are looking to add Denis "seized" Kostin and Alexander "scoobyxie" Marynych to their roster.

After playing with Runtime.gg for the last three months, both seized and scoobyxie left the organization last week.

If the news is true, the Vega Squadron roster would consist of Igor "crush" Shevchenko, Dmitriy "jR" Chervak, scoobyxie, seized and a yet to be determined fifth player.

compLexity to replace Rogue at ECS

The recently dissolved Rogue CS:GO roster will be replaced by compLexity Gaming at the upcoming ECS Season 7 finals.

RELATED: Rogue to reportedly withdraw from CS:GO competition

By stepping in to replace Rogue, compLexity has dropped out of the third week of ECS Season 7 North American play, with FURIA taking their place.

Ninja to get his own Red Bull can

The Ninja craze has extended to energy drinks, as the popular Fortnite streamer is set to have his own nationally distributed Red Bull can.

According to a Tweet from Sports Business Journal writer Ben Fischer, Ninja's can is the first to be distributed outside of its home market since soccer superstar Neymar Jr.'s in February of 2018.

Ninja's 8oz Red Bull energy drink will be available in the U.S from April 1 to April 4 in four and12-pack prices

Devin Jones is a content creator at theScore esports, you can follow him on Twitter.

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