Become Legends re-sign Henrik "Hen" Bryan Mclean to the roster.
MARCH 19, 2020
Become Legends have announced that they have re-signed former player, 14-year-old Henrik “Hen” Bryan Mclean from the UK.
Become Legends consists of players from all of the Nordic countries as well as the UK. Having recently travelled to and participated in the $250,000 DreamHack Anaheim Fortnite tournament in Anaheim, California, Become Legends’ players are now competing for prize pools of more than $5 million (USD) during March and April. 14-year-old Henrik “Hen” Bryan Mclean has previously been a part of the Become Legends roster since september 2019.
“Henriks' contract expired three weeks ago and I'm happy we were able to resign him before other clubs snatched him up. Henrik is a young and talented player who focuses on Fortnite full-time and we look forward to developing him further this year,” said Renato Mahmutagic, Commercial Director of Become Legends.
Fortnite is an online game developed by Epic Games and released in 2017. The game has over 250 million players worldwide and provided around $100 million (USD) in prize pools in 2019 and is expected to be topped this year. Epic Games features premium high prized tournaments on all platforms, including PC, mobile and console.
ABOUT BECOME LEGENDS
Become Legends is a competitive Nordic Fortnite team with headquarters in Trondheim, Norway. Founded in 2019, the team has rapidly gained a foothold in the scene after having participated in the Fortnite World Cup 2019 and placing 12th with Pontus “Tchub” Bucht securing $150.000 (USD), and placing consistently with a predominantly Nordic roster ever since.
The team features players from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and the UK. Become Legends aims to be one of the top global contenders in Fortnite when it comes to both competitive and branding. Aiming to bring a new form of professionalism to international esports, in particular the Fortnite scene, Become Legends has adapted a professional sports approach in terms of mental preparations, training and nutrition as well as administrative tasks.