Association President

Michael Röllin
His work in Esports started in 2017 with Hearthstone. Together with David Huber he founded the March Marmots association on 30.06.2018, which was created from the predecessor organisation March eSports. Since the end of February 2019, Michael Röllin has been President of March Marmots, as well as acting as treasurer for the finances.


Justin Pogurschi
Justin "fROST" Pogurschi is part of the management and has been a member of the March Marmots since 2018. He started in the Esports with Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare and then moved to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, where he was listed at number 1 worldwide for 3 years in a row. He then moved to Counter Strike Global Offensive, where fROST played on a semi-professional level for March Marmots. Later he changed to Starcraft 2, where he also represented March Marmots for half a year, during which he reached the strong fifth place at the SwitzerLAN. fROST loves being at March Marmots because the community and its president always stand behind the organization and this has always been very important to him.
Matias Baumeler
Matias "Checkomated" Baumeler has been active in the esport scene for several years. Among other things he played Overwatch for the organization Unity before he switched to the March Marmots. Here, he has been in management from the beginning, also built up the first Overwatch team and led it for a long time. Afterwards he switched to his passion, the competitive card game Magic the Gathering Arena. Here, he represents our organization as team captain in this competitive game besides his active support in management.
Reto Meier
Reto “SeLRa” Meier started his esports journey with Super Smash Bros. for WiiU where he reached the top 70 in the Swiss Power Ranking. He then switched to Overwatch and joined Celestial eSports which later merged with March Marmots. Today, he manages the organizations Twitter account and looks after the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players. From time to time, he streams live on playing a variety of games.