It’s time. Welcome to Pentanet.GG 2021.
Formerly known as the OPL, the brand new LCO – League of Legends Circuit Oceania – marks a fresh era in professional League of Legends for the Oceanic region and I’m so proud to have PGG as part of it.
What happened to the region in 2020 was tragic, but it’s great to see an accomplished team in ESL revive the pathway that will take talented Australian players to the international stage. As General Manager of Pentanet.GG I’ve been privy to the behind the scenes production of what will be this year’s broadcast and I’m sure OPL fans will embrace the LCO’s new look. ESL runs a slick show!
With a new year comes a new team, but I’m excited to welcome back some familiar faces!
Returning to PGG to finish what they started last year are Praedyth, Pabu and Biopanther, who makes his captaincy debut.
2021 will also see the PGG debut of two Oceanic veterans in Decoy and Chazz. Having watched their professional careers in the OPL for the last couple of years I’m pumped to see what they’ll bring to the rift in the famous orange and black!
Raise your koalas, Oceania fans. The region is back and I want to see your support for PGG as we start our campaign to lift our first championship!
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Pentanet.GG launched into the Australian esports scene in 2020, competing in Oceanic Pro League (Pentanet.GG) and Oceanic Challenger Series (PGG.RISE).
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