Alliance.Coven has updated its roster

April 6 2022

It’s finally time for Alliance to announce their two new Coven players

Earlier this year Alliance announced their first all-female VALORANT division, Alliance.Coven. After saying goodbye to two players from the team, earlier this month, Alliance are now extremely proud to present their two new amazing players to the roster. So without further ado let’s introduce the two new squad members:

First out of the gate we have Maria “ “6sonya” Istrate from Romania. “6sonya” has been an active player since 2020. She previously played for the British esports organization “Rix.GG Lightning” where she acted as team captain. During her relatively short career “6sonya” has managed to achieve some impressive accomplishments, for example three victories in the women only tournament Girls’ House – EU Open.

Next up we have Weronika “Speedwk” Dąbrowska from Poland. “Speedwk” has been playing VALORANT since its release in 2020. She has previously played in university teams such as “Portsmouth Paladins” and “Portsmouth Plonkers”.

Chief strategy officer Kelly Ong made the following comment on the roster change:
“Welcome our 2 new players to Alliance Coven. As we continue investing into VALORANT as one of Alliance’s flagship esports titles, we look forward to achieving not only results but representation that girls and women can work towards competing at the highest level of esports.”

Beyond the two new players the team will also be updated with a new Coach, in the form of Daniel Cama “Yugami” Hidalgo from Spain.

We are immensely excited to see what these two can bring to the table and what it will bring to the future of the team. So let’s give a big #ALLfam welcome to both of them!

Also don’t forget to follow the team on their socials:
Dana Almadhoun – “Danah” – Twitter // Twitch // Youtube
Laure MATEOS – “Xaline” – Twitter // Twitch
Julie Lim – “Pinkalie” – Twitter // Twitch
Maria Istrate – “6sonya” – Twitter // Twitch // Youtube
Weronica Dabrowska – “Speedwk” – Twitter  // Twitch // Youtube

Daniel Cama Hidalgo – “Yugami” – Twitter
Nico Gonzalez-Beltran – “Myagus” – Twitter