It was a rough weekend for the Florida Mutineers.
Exactly how rough and how bad of an effect it has on the team’s chances this season, however, won’t be known until the weekend is over.
The Mutineers were ousted from their own tournament on Saturday, failing to win a game in their two matchups.
The loss means a missed opportunity to move up in the standings, as two teams above them had the week off.
The Mutineers headed into the weekend tied for fourth place with Toronto Ultra. They dropped a Friday match with Minnesota ROKKR 3-0.
The New York Subliners repeated that feat on Saturday.
After falling to Minnesota on Friday, the Mutineers jumped out to a 75-25 lead in the opening Hardpoint round on Saturday against New York.
But New York rallied and scored 79 of the final 107 points to beat the Mutineers 250-194 in hardpoint.
The team then blew a 5-2 lead in Search and Destroy, dropping the final four games.
New York finished off the sweep with a 177-143 victory in Domination.
The Mutineers have plenty of time to think about their performance this week.
They return to action on Jun 5 against the Chicago Huntsmen in Minnesota ROKKR’s home series.