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theScore esports Daily (Oct. 17): AdreN put on Gambit's transfer list, Senate hopeful pledges to ban Dota 2 in the Philippines

by Dimitri Pascaluta Oct 17
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AdreN joins Gambit's transfer list

Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev has been placed on Gambit Esports' transfer list, the organization announced on Tuesday.

AdreN joins Abay “HObbit” Khassenov and Denis “seized” Kostin on Gambit's inactive roster.

This would mark the end of his three-year tenure with the organization.

Brollan officially joins Fnatic

Ludvig "Brollan" Brolin has officially become a full-time member of Fnatic, the organization announced on Wednesday.

The 16 year-old joins the Swedish organization after having stood in for them at the WESG 2017 European Finals, an event that Fnatic placed 4th in.

“I am very excited to welcome Brollan to Fnatic," said Jesper "JW" Wecksell, "not only because it means we finally have a full team again but also because I know that Ludvig is the final piece of the puzzle."

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom, who had recently been serving as the team's stand-in, has been placed on the reserves until the end of October.

Senate hopeful pledges to ban Dota 2 and Clash of Clans in the Philippines

Senate hopeful Bethsaida Lopez intends to ban Dota 2 and Clash of Clans in the Philippines, reports Inquirer writer Cathrine Gonzales, on account of the games' supposed negative influence on young people.

Team Reciprocity enter the Street Fighter scene with Punk

Team Reciprocity have thrown their hat into the professional Street Fighter circuit, the organization announced on Wednesday, by picking up Victor "Punk" Woodley.

Punk had recently been released from Echo Fox following the organization's decision to dismiss a large number of their FGC competitors.

Dimitri Pascaluta is a content creator for theScore esports. You can follow him on Twitter.

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