Sources close to the ORDER organisation have confirmed that former Intuition ADC Ronan “Dream” Swingler will join the Melbourne side.
He will replace Victor “FBI” Huang who left the Melbourne said earlier in the week alongside Jake “Rogue” Sharwood.
Dream first emerged onto the Oceanic scene as PVA, and played for Lynx Gaming in Split 2 of the 2017 Oceanic Championship Series. His potential for explosive play was spotted by SIN Gaming in the offseason of 2017/2018 and he was picked up by the side to play alongside Cuden in the bot lane.
After Split 1, he was given a new opportunity to play for OCS team Intuition and helped the side led by Richard “Phantiks” Su to an undefeated first place finish in the regular season. The team won 13 straight games before dropping one to the Dire Cubs in the semis and narrowly missing out on promotion to the OPL after a 2-1 loss to Chiefs Academy in the final.
Swingler comes into the side ready to make an impact, and for a team that has yet to place above fourth when playoffs time rolls around, his spark will hopefully help reignite ORDER in what can easily be a title-contending year for them.
He won’t be alone however, as the same sources also confirm that top laner James “Tally” Shute, jungler Samuel “Spookz” Broadley and mid laner Simon “Swiffer” Papamarkos have all re-signed with the organisation as the team looks to improve on their two third-place regular seasons
Starting his career on Legacy Esports, Tally left the side he’d played on since late 2014 to join Jake “Spawn” Tiberi’s newly formed ORDER at the beginning of the year. He’s a player that can excel given the opportunity, and with the topside of the map remaining intact, he may receive more resources come Split 1 2019.
In the jungle for 2019 is Spookz, most famously a member of the Chiefs where he played from mid-2014 to the end of last year, where he left the side to join ORDER. He’s a player who can always make a case to be included in the upper echelon of Oceanic junglers. As his team reforms around him with Tally and his longtime ally Swiffer, he’s got an opportunity to prove he’s one of the best Oceania can offer.
Swiffer is the last member to re-sign with the org, and also made his name as the mid laner for the Chiefs Esports Club. After gaining a reputation as one of Oceania’s most fearsome players, Swiffer is yet to achieve again the peak performance that he reached in 2016 but with this altered lineup we may see a return to form for the veteran mid laner.
At this time, ORDER is yet to reveal a support but as the offseason continues to develop, keep your eyes out for further information in the coming days.