Alliance players become free agents

Swedish esports organization Alliance has announced it is parting ways with most of its VALORANT roster. As a result, former team players became free agents as their contracts came to an end. The organization revealed that they intend to return to the scene with a new lineup focused on Northern Europe.

Alliance has decided to part ways with most of the VALORANT team and start over with a new team focused on Northern Europe. After the competitive season for talented players, it's time to move on to other opportunities.

Announcing the search for new opportunities after Alliance, Fearoth, Hype and LuckeRRR also thanked our organization and their team members for all the memories and growth they experienced during their time at the club. They are now gearing up to move on to their next teams respectively and the next step in their professional career, along with Zik, who has been moved from the bench to free agent status.

Desmo and SEIDER remain in Alliance. Their goal in the future is to create a strong cohesive Scandinavian team that will bring victory to Alliance in the future. The first part of the new journey will start with the second season of VRL Polaris where they will compete against the full Danish squad.

The last line-up of Alliance was formed at the beginning of last year. During this time, the team became the winner of VCT 2021: Europe Stage 1 Challengers 2 and Finest Invitational, and also made it to the top three at VALORANT Open Tour: France Finals.

The nearest tournament for the team will be VALORANT Regional Leagues 2022 Northern Europe: Polaris Stage 2, which will start in two weeks. The organization announced that before the start of the championship they will present a completely Danish five, gathered around SEIDER.

Alliance's current VALORANT roster is as follows: