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Gothenburg, Sweden  – July 4th, 2017 – Alliance, a world-leading esports team, is happy to announce the signing of a Quake Champions squad. The team will compete for the $1,000,000 prize pool in the upcoming Quake World Championships at QuakeCon 2017 (August 24-27), in both Duel (1v1) and Sacrifice (4v4).The squad strikes a good balance between seasoned veterans and hungry newcomers; Sebastian “Spart1e” Siira, Baeza “Strenx” Kevin, Dan “BusdriverX” Brown, Krzysztof “Syndrom” Gil.Spart1e and Strenx brings experience and leadership to the team, having top tier finishes under their belts, and have both appeared at QuakeCon before.The online Qualifiers are in full swing, and the new Alliance squad made Regional Qualifiers in Sacrifice on their first attempt, taking out some big names on their way. 

“I am really happy to be a part of Alliance, and its going to be awesome to represent a Swedish organisation. I’m really looking forward to Alliance helping me to get back to the top in Quake Champions.” – Sebastian “Spart1e” Siira

“I am really happy to join Alliance, and I hope that I will perform well and succeed!. Thank you to Alliance for putting their trust in me, so that I can focus 100% on the game! “- Baeza “Strenx” Kevin

“Some of you who watched the Quake Championships qualifier on Sunday night may have been surprised to see a certain [A] tag – Quake Championships is looking to be one of the most exciting tournaments coming up this summer apart from other prestigious summer tournaments.

We at the Alliance family are big Quake fans, with most of us growing up spectating the games especially during the old CPL and ESWC days. I still remember watching and playing Quake almost 10 years ago. One of the players I really looked up to was Spart1e, so I am really happy to announce him as part of our new Alliance Quake squad. Joining him will be veteran players Strenx and Syndrom, along with an upcoming new blood Busdriverx.

The team truly represents Alliance as a brand – a good mix of veterans and new blood to keep the gaming scene going. Our values have always been not only to win, but to groom new talents to add to the scene for all our squads.

All of us at Alliance are also very excited about the new Quake squad beating Team Envico, and making Regional finals for the $1,000,000 Quake World Championships.

With their eyes on QuakeCon and already spending a lot of time together scrimming, we wish them all the best for the upcoming Duels qualifiers.” – Jonathan “Loda” Berg


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Kelly Ong

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