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TSM makes return to Rocket League with new competitive roster

The former Hey Bro squad have been acquired by the large esports organisation.

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TSM left the competitive Rocket League esports circuit back in 2020, and since then has not returned once. However, this has all changed recently, as the large esports organisation has signed a new Rocket League team made up of players from the Hey Bro squad.

Set to compete in the North American region, TSM's return to Rocket League sees Gwil "creamz" Muir, Stephen "hockE" Hoelbinger, and Dylan "Wahvey" Thanus representing the organisation in the ongoing Rocket League Championship Series.

There is currently no coach or manager signed to the team, but no doubt if TSM finds success it will continue to expand and better support its Rocket League division once again.

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