Today the Swedish eSports organization "Alliance" announced that they will be losing two of it's PUBG players (Odinn “OdinThor” Thorarinsson and Erwin “Romz” van der Staaij).
The reasons behind their departure from the organization is currently unclear and the team does not yet have new players lined up in their place as seen in the article clip below.
Alliance announces changes to our PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds roster. Odinn “OdinThor” Thorarinsson and Erwin “Romz” van der Staaij will part ways with the team, effective immediately. Together with the remaining players, Valur “veazyy” Pálsson and Michael “Ciggzy” Higgs, we are looking for new talent to complete the team.
With the official release of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds soon upon us, we are looking forward to how the competitive scene develops and are intending to improve our results with a new roster. As replacements have not yet been found we will play with stand-ins for the beginning of the 2018 season as we try our new members of the team.
- I am sorry to say that Odinn and myself will be parting ways with Alliance. With that said, I would like to thank Alliance for the great support, it has been an honour representing you guys! I wish my friends Ciggzy and veazyy good luck in future tournaments, we will still be rooting for you! Odinn and I will continue to play PUBG, and we are especially excited with the new map coming soon!
Those of us at FastFrags would like to wish OdinThor and Romz as well as Alliance the best in their future endeavors, and are looking forward to the upcoming (assumed) roster replacement announcement.
PUBG ROSTER CHANGES [Alliance].
I am a full time developer and aspiring entrepreneur with a long love of competitive gaming and everything eSports. Founder & Developer of FastFrags.com and KushCupid.com (Legacy Projects Include: CEGL.net, cSports.com, SurvivalOperations.net and D2Asylum.com).