AxB released from Version1 due to poor performance

An update to the existing Rocket League roster of Version1.

AxB released from Version1 due to poor performance
Image Credits: Version1

Version1 is already making changes to the primary roster of its Rocket League division. The organisation decided to release Alexandre "AxB" Bellemare before RLCS Winter Split. 

Originally from Spacestation Gaming, he left Spacestation in the month of July and was recruited in Version1 in August. 

Version1 completed the roster by clubbing AxB and former Rat Enterprises roster on 8th of August. Alongside Alexandre "AxB" Bellemare, the squad fielded former Cloud9 core player Jesus “gimmick” Parra and coach Jayson “Fireburner” Nunez, along with Kyle “Torment” Storer. Since then, the team was preparing for The Grid NA. 

However, AxB's run with Version1 didn't witness any significant success in the last three months. They placed top 5 only in one of the event - The Grid NA Week Nine. Except that Version1 never made it to the playoffs of any of the three NA Regionals they participated in. 

Witnessing poor results the organisation has decided to give an update to the primary roster with the release of AxB. AxB states that the decision was entirely made on recent results and he respects the decision of the organisation. 

“I would like to thank all the people at Version1 for having me,” AxB added. “Sadly the result were not good enough and I respect their decision. I will make a tweet soon regarding my future.”

With that said, it makes AxB a talent that is a free agent from here on.