Alliance Wild Rift Roster Revealed


The Alliance Wild Rift roster has been revealed. The Sweden – based esports organization is expanding its reach in the Southeast Asia region with its new Wild Rift roster. The team is composed of former League of Legends PC veterans with SSK as the team Captain and Jungler, Raven as the AD Carry, Rich as the Support, Kryonics as the Mid laner, CwJ as the Top laner, and Glaceox as the Coach. The Alliance Wild Rift roster is the 6th competitive division under the banner alongside other popular game titles like DOTA 2, Fortnite, Super Smash Bros, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty.

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Alliance Wild Rift Roster Revealed

According to the organization, they have long been interested in extending their reach across Southeast Asia, since they always had a strong following in the said region since 2013. Now, they are proud to present their Alliance Wild Rift roster composed of esports pros from across SEA.

“Wild Rift is going to become an AAA mobile title, and I couldn’t be happier that we now get to foster a team whom we aim to help grow into globally recognised champions,” stated Jonathan Berg, CEO of Alliance.

Alliance’s full League of Legends: Wild Rift roster is as follow;

  • Alex “SSK” Tan – Team Captain and Jungler
  • Kenneth “Raven” Goh – AD Carry
  • Waritch “Rich” Kittiwattanawong – Support
  • Hoon “Kryonics” Fan Kai – Mid Laner
  • Chua “CwJ” Wee Kiat – Top Laner
  • John “Glaceox” Ming – Coach

Alex “SSK” Tan is an experience League of Legends PC player who participated and won the SLS 2018 Spring Playoffs under team RSG.

Kenneth “Raven” Goh also had his fair share of victories like the TLC Singapore 2017 Spring Season where he won under the team Sovereign.

Waritch “Rich” Kittiwattanawong has played under multiple teams. One of the teams he played under is team Mega where he won multiple tournaments like the TPL 2018 Spring and the SEA Tour 2018 Summer.

Hoong “Kryonics” Fan Kai previously played under Insidious Gaming Exile where he won the TLC 2013 Summer Grand Finals.

Chua “CwJ” Wee Kiat also played under Sovereign during his League of Legends PC career and has won Harvey Norman Games Cup under the team.

John “Glaceox” Ming has a lot of experience as a coach. He is a former coach of the Portuguese team OFFSET Esports.

The League of Legends: Wild Rift esports scene has witnessed quite a few developments off late. Most recently, Natus Vincere (Na’Vi) also announced its Wild Rift roster. The organization is widely known for its teams from popular gaming and esports titles such as Dota 2, League of Legends PC, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

Additionally, Wild Rift recently announced that it will be released in Americas on March 29, 2021.

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Noteworthy tournaments include the ongoing Wild Rift SEA Icon Series: Preseason where teams from across different regions are battling it out for the title of regional champions.