Alliance Wild Rift Reveals Two New Members
Alliance Wild Rift has revealed its two new members ahead of the League of Legends (LoL): Wild Rift Southeast Asia (SEA) Icon Series 2021: Fall Season Singapore finals. The two new members are the former Geek Fam pro player Poon "OzoraVeki" Kok Sing and former Amihan Esports pro player Jelson Anthony "Jelson" Ayon. The two new members will replace the former Alliance members John "Glaceox" Lim and Warich "Rich" Kittiwattanawong. The team recently teased the two new players back on 7th Aug 2021. With the 5-man team completed, Alliance Wild Rift is now ready to compete for a chance to secure a spot in the upcoming Wild Rift Southeast Asia Championship 2021.
Alliance Wild Rift roster announced
After weeks of teasing its fans about the of the team, Alliance finally revealed its full roster. The 5-man squad was announced through a Facebook post by SEA tournament organizer, .
To replace its former members Glaceox and Rich, the organization recruited former Geek Fam member OzoraVeki and Amihan Esports prodigy Jelson. The team will be competing in the upcoming Wild Rift SEA Icon Series 2021: Fall Season Singapore finals for a chance to secure a spot in the Wild Rift Southeast Asia Championship 2021.
The Alliance Wild Rift roster is composed of the following members;
Chua "CwJ" Wee Kiat - Support
Alex "SSK" Tan Yew Ming - Baron Laner
Kenneth "Raven" Goh - Dragon Laner/ AD Carry
Jelson Anthony "Jelson" Ayon - Jungler
Poon "OzoraVeki" Kok Sing - Midlaner
Alliance is an esports organization based in Sweden and was founded in April 2013. The organization is widely known for its top-tier teams from various esports titles such as DOTA 2, Hearthstone, Super Smash Bros., and Wild Rift. The team previously had a LoL PC team but then got rebranded to Elements esports back in 2014.
Alliance is one of the pioneers of the Wild Rift esports scene in the SEA region. The team has acquired numerous victories through their career such as the Project ASCEND: MYSG, and the most recent, Wild Rift SEA Icon Series 2021: Summer - Singapore. Alliance made it to the Wild RIft SEA Icon Series 2021: Summer Super Cup but only secured 5th - 8th place in the overall rankings.
It will be interesting to see if the two new members will be able to help Alliance secure a slot in the Wild Rift Southeast Asia Championship 2021.