Team Ferox acquire the Carnage PUBG roster ahead of PCS 3: Asia Pacific

Ben Scott
September 21, 2020

Australian owned esports organisation, Team Ferox, has today announced their return to competitive PUBG after a month's absence from the title with the acquisition of the former Carnage Esports lineup. 

Although the acquired roster most recently narrowly missed out on the second spot for PCS 2: Asia Pacific, the team has been tipped by many to have a strong chance at qualifying for one of two spots in the next stage. 

Team Ferox PUBG:

Jack “Mishka” Weinert, Owner of Team Ferox, expressed his excitement for the organization's return to the title and looking into the future. 

“Team Ferox has a proud tradition within PUBG - it’s the title that we initially made our name from. I’m very excited to be working with this group of players, who have shown this year that they are serious top contenders within Oceania.” - Jack ‘Mishka’ Weinert, Owner of Team Ferox.

Brynjar "nyrB" Authunsson ESL ANZ Phase 3 (Source: ESL Australia)

Junior “Sweetsoul” Chalouhi, who has previously played for the organisation, spoke to us about the future of the team in Team Ferox and the team's attitude towards competing. 

“I’m very comfortable in this team already and it’s only been a week; the future is looking bright for Ferox. All of the boys have a good, strong attitude with team-play in mind which is where I feel we are strong.”

“I knew I was going to come back to Ferox in the near future and I couldn’t be more excited.” - Junior ‘Sweetsoul’ Chalouhi, Player for Team Ferox. 

Alexander “Mewnty” Watters, another one of the players, gave some insight into the teams current motivation and his excitement for joining Team Ferox. 

“I’m extremely excited to be signing with Ferox, especially with the addition of Sweetsoul to our team. Sweetsoul has established himself as one of Oceania’s strongest fraggers, and adding him to our team gives us more firepower alongside an extra level of confidence.”

“Missing out on PCS 2: Asia Pacific was a blow to the team, but we’re more motivated than ever to improve our game and make PCS 3: Asia Pacific.” - Alexander ‘Mewnty’ Watters

Rain "RanyeWest" Lambert at ESL ANZ Phase 3 (Source: ESL Australia)

Team Ferox will be looking to qualify for PCS 3: Asia Pacific come November, so if you wish to follow the progress of the newly acquired roster, be sure to connect with the organisation on Twitter.