Multi-game eSports organization Team Dignitas has announced that they have acquired Thomas “Mene” Cailleux and Jonathan “Wubby” Gunnarsson.

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Posted by Team Dignitas on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The news comes just a few weeks after Lawrence “Athero” Harper and Simon “scHwimpi” Svensson left their Heroes of the Storm lineup for Fnatic.

Mene is known for his time spent with Fnatic, who signed to in September of last year before leaving to join Natus Vincere in January. While also known for being a former Fnatic player, Wubby is also a former coach for Natus Vincere and has subbed for teams such as mYinstanity and Team Spartanien.

“After we lost Schwimpi and Athero, we were left with what was, in most ways, a blank canvas. This allowed me to try again at building a top team, and this time I was able to utilise all that I’ve learned, especially over the past few months, to work hard on building a team with great communication, synergy, and complimentary playstyles. The end result is this, a team that I truly believe has a great shot at not only making it to Seoul, but performing there. As always, huge thanks to our fans for sticking with us, and we all hope to make you proud at the European Championship in Katowice!”
-James “Bakery” Baker, Team Captain

The current Team Dignitas Heroes of the Storm lineup is as follows:

James “Bakery” Baker
Jérôme “JayPL” Trinh
Thomas “Mene” Cailleux
Josh “Snitch” Bennett
Jonathan “Wubby” Gunnarsson

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