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Team:Moist Esports

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Moist Esports
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Location Tampa, United States USA
Owners Charles White Jr. (Cr1TiKaL)
Other games GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE-
Brawlhalla
Rocket League

Moist Esports (Moist) is an esports organization run by popular Twitch streamer and YouTuber Cr1TiKaL. The team was created on August 11th, 2021, with Kola being their first player. The team currently consists of nine members, six of whom are Smash players.

When Smash Ultimate Summit 3 was announced, Cr1TiKaL made sure Kola would get into the event by campaigning and buying votes in Smash Ultimate Summit 3. Due to the popularity of Cr1TiKaL and the recruitment of other popular top players such as moky and Light, Moist Esports quickly became one of the most recognizable teams in the Smash scene.

Despite its young lifespan, Moist Esports already has several major tournament wins under its belt. These tournament wins include Super Smash Con: Fall Fest and MomoCon 2022 which were won by Light, and CEO 2021 which was won by Kola.

Current Smashers[edit]

Professional Smashers[edit]

ID Name Game Main(s) Join Date
USA Kola Kolawole Aideyan Super Smash Bros. Ultimate RoyHeadSSBU.png 2021-08-11
USA Aaron Aaron Wilhite Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DiddyKongHeadSSBU.pngROBHeadSSBU.png 2021-08-22
Canada moky Kurtis Pratt Super Smash Bros. Melee FoxHeadSSBM.png 2021-09-02
USA Goblin Alexis Stennett Super Smash Bros. Ultimate RoyHeadSSBU.png 2021-09-13
USA Light Paris Ramirez Garcia Super Smash Bros. Ultimate FoxHeadSSBU.png 2021-09-15
Mexico Maister[1] Enrique Hernández Solís Super Smash Bros. Ultimate MrGame&WatchHeadSSBU.png 2022-04-14

Other Famous Players[edit]

  • USA Julian Harris (Hotashi) Guilty Gear Strive top player and EVO 2021 Champion
  • USA Zack Bielamowicz (Boomie) Brawlhalla top player and World Championship 2vs2 2017, 2019 and 2020 Champion
  • USA Dillon Rizzo (Rizzo) Rocket League top player, RLCS Season 9 - North America Champion, and (most recently) Rocket League Spring Series - North America Champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ Although he is currently representing the team, Maister isn't part of Moist Esports and remains a free agent

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