Interview With Alter Ego Sleepy: A Team Rebuilt

Abhimannu Das
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An air of change is blowing over Alter Ego (AE). Four out of its five players just joined the organization in October 2021 and the organization is looking at new beginnings. After coming third in the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT): Stage 3 Playoffs in Southeast Asia, the team saw multiple players transfer over to other organizations with Jonathan "naTz" Adiputra being the only player left from the original roster.

With the year coming to a close and Valorant’s new 2022 competitive season set to kick off in a matter of weeks, Alter Ego found itself in a predicament. It had to build a roster that would be able to compete against the best in not just Southeast Asia, but at a global level. Alter Ego coach Andi "Sleepy" Andana Bangasawan realized that the roster needed players who are equally skilled as its former players but with more potential. He fulfilled his search and helped sign four new players who are set to prove themselves in the new and revamped Alter Ego roster. Sleepy tells AFK Gaming that the new players “checked all those boxes” at the time of signing and he is confident about the team’s future.


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