Thailand’s Attack All Around Parts Ways With Valorant Roster

Abhimannu Das
11/Jan/2021 06:49 am

Attack All Around's Valorant roster has parted ways with the organization in 2021.
The roster will now be representing Foxy Gaming and under the banner Foxy Araikordai.
The team had a successful 2020 in Thailand and APAC with multiple tournament wins including AOC Masters and at AfreecaTV events.

Attack All Around was among the top 10 teams in Asia-Pacific according to VLR.GG rankings and achieved great success in 2020 in Thailand and beyond. The organization and its players have decided to part ways in 2021. The current roster is still intact, but they will not be representing Attack All Around anymore. 

Former AAA Roster Is Now Foxy Araikordai

Here is the former roster of Attack All Around who will be representing Foxy Araikordai in 2021: 

  • JinNy - Sarindhorn Wanothayarnchai       
  • Wannafly - Jirayu Meesuk
  • Acetics - Teerapat Jinyong            
  • Kongared - Nantapol Boonying   
  • PinOcchiOs - Teerasak Kedaim   

The reason behind the team disbanding was revealed by Attack All Around’s management. According to the organization, the Valorant team disbanded due to team guidelines and precincts that were not mutually accepted by both teams. The team had different ambitions and mutually agreed to part ways with Attack All Around. AAA congratulated their team for working hard under the banner and representing Thailand. 

Foxy Araikordai is a part of Foxy Gaming (Thailand), and the former-AAA roster will be led by JinNy, with Ayino and JessJess taking up management and coaching responsibilities respectively. Following their departure from Attack All Around on January 6th, Araikordai announced the signing of the team into Foxy’s Valorant division on January 9th. 

The roster is one of the most accomplished in Thailand with multiple wins at AOC Masters and AfreecaTV tournaments featuring the best teams in Thailand. The team also reached the semi-finals of Valorant First Strike Thailand (ESL Thailand Championship 2020) last year. With some of the best players in the APAC region, the team will compete against the likes of Bren Esports, Vision Strikers, and Absolute Jupiter in the Asia region of Valorant Champions Tour 2021 in the coming months. 

Attack All Around was one of the competing teams in the SEA Fire Championship 2020, but the roster disbanded mid-tournament and played under the new Foxy banner at the upper bracket quarterfinals. They were knocked out by Bren Esports from the upper bracket and were eventually knocked out by Team SMG at the lower bracket round.  

In addition to their Valorant Team, Foxy Gaming also has an all-female DOTA team that recently became the second runner-up at the FSL Dota Open III. The organization’s Valorant roster will be looking to continue their winning ways in Valorant’s APAC tournament scene and beyond in 2021. 

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Abhimannu Das is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He is covering content on esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more. He also writes opinion pieces, cover stories and conducts interviews with esports professionals.