Legacy Esports has announced their 2018 Rocket League roster, signing independent side We Win When We Can and bidding farewell to players Plitz, Zen, and GroovyGrape.

Players Cyrix, Siki, Delusion, and substitute Helio have all signed on to be part of Legacy’s main Rocket League roster for the year, with Tyson “SOMA” Harris returning as the high-performance coach and manager of the team.

Legacy also announced that former players Plitz, Zen, and GroovyGrape will continue to be involved with the organisation, doing social media and streaming for the side. They are able to seek positions on other rosters if they want, however.

Cyrix, the captain of Legacy’s new roster, expressed his excitement in joining Legacy.

“Keen to start this new chapter in my career,” he said in the official press release.

“I’m excited to be joining an organisation that has been supporting the scene from the start and will continue to support us moving forward.”

SOMA also expressed his excitement to get back involved with Legacy.

“I can’t wait to get back to working with Legacy on developing the Rocket League players, building Legacy’s brand and progressing the Australian Rocket League scene,” he said.

“Obviously my focus will be on creating a high-performance Rocket League squad, but helping grow esports in Australia at the same time is a huge goal for me personally.”

Legacy’s new roster are currently competing in Throwdown Esports’ OCE Open Series, with League Play Days 3 & 4 set to kick off this weekend.