Alliance’s Russian PUBGM team Update
An update to Alliance’s Russian PUBGM team
For one and a half years, rud3r, diskrim, sunrise and headache has been a big part of the Alliance organization. But today, it’s time to say goodbye.
When Alliance picked up the fully Russian squad, they were excited to be able to support the CIS region and have a chance to see a young team grow.
During their time with Alliance, the team has shown dedication and mental fortitude, going beyond players much older than them. Alliance are proud to have been their home over this time and help the players grow.
The fact is that over this relatively short period of time the team still managed to secure a number of impressive achievements. They’ve achieved a total of 13 podium finishes, including winning the Altel Cyber Games 2020 Season 2 and ranking number one in the season one CIS Pro League, part of the official PUBG Mobile Pro League.
This means an end to Alliance’s Russian PUBGM adventures, but they hope to be a part of the region again in the future. As for the players, you can watch rud3r and diskrim in their new team Major Pride. Sunrise and headache will be free agents and looking for their new home.
Alliance is a world-renowned esports organisation fielding competitive players across some of the most popular video games in the world. Shortly after Alliance’s inception, their Dota 2 team, headed by Jonathan ‘Loda’ Berg, catapulted to the top of the scene with an innovative playstyle and went on to claim the Aegis of Champions when they won The International 2013.
Alliance’s mission is to create a lasting legacy that supports esports experiences across the globe. In working toward that goal, they’re determined to be a responsible organisation driven by their core values of dedication, teamwork, and community.