Fortnite World Cup, bringing their number of qualified players to five.
Reverse2K rose to prominence during the World Cup qualifiers as Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins' partner as they worked to qualify together.
Unfortunately, they weren't able to do so as a team, but Reverse still made it to the event as a solo, making him a top free agent going into the World Cup.
— TSM (@TSM) July 25, 2019
He hinted at wanting an organization for months now, so he was no doubt scouting for them behind the scenes.
I have a lot of questions about this industry, and I’m not that experienced with anything. I don’t know who to talk to. :expressionless:
— Reverse2k (@Reverse2k_) May 29, 2019
Reverse talked about his signing with TSM and why it took longer than expected for him to announce a signing.
“I know a lot of people have been waiting and questions why I haven’t signed with a team," he said in a TSM press release. "And the answer is that I was waiting on the perfect one for me. I wasn’t going to rush into anything that I would regret months later.
As for why he chose TSM over another organization, he explained that he's also been a fan of them and wanted a team that believed in him.
"It means a lot to join an organization that is believing in me and treating me like a family, especially when that org is TSM," he explained. "I have always been a fan of the organization, and hopefully I am going to have a great future with them.”
— Reverse2k (@Reverse2k_) July 25, 2019
This looks to be the last of TSM's pickups going into the World Cup, but there are still numerous free agent Fortnite players out there looking for teams, so stay tuned for more potential signings.
Reverse joins Herrions, Commandment, ZexRow, and Vinny as the other TSM qualified Fortnite pros.