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APAC Transfers: Latest Updates - Deimos Force Drops Roster

Here's a quick summary of all the changes in both APAC North and APAC South since the end of Stage 1 2021.

APAC Transfers: Latest Updates - Deimos Force Drops Roster

As SiegeGG's hub for all roster changes in the transfer window post-Stage 1 of the 2021 season, this page will be regularly updated with the latest transfer news. Check out the LATAM, NA, and EU threads for changes within those regions as well.

Summary of Changes So Far

APAC North

  • DWG KIA - Chanzo dropped, RoyBoy signed

APAC South

  • Elevate - Academy roster signed, redsun dropped

South Asia:

  • Union Gaming - R4ttl3r joins
  • Deimos Force - org drops roster

Roster Changes

May 10th: Deimos Force Drops Roster

After finishing both 2020 Stages and the recent 2021 stage of the South Asia National Playoffs in fifth place, the Bangladeshi Deimos Force roster has been dropped by the organisation due to company restructuring. 

May 10th: DWG KIA Drops Chanzo, Signs Royboy

DWG KIA today announced a shuffle on its bench, with substitute Jeon "Chanzo" Wonkyun replaced by Koo "Royboy" Minseong.

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May 4th: Elevate Drops redsun

Elevate substitute and analyst Thiti "redsun" Chairoek has been dropped by the team following the team's APAC Championship title win in Stage 1.

Redsun had been part of the playing roster on the Thai team through its time as Xavier Esports, but had been moved to a substitute position prior to the start of the 2021 season.

He had been active since Season 7, in the Challenger League, and had attended two APAC Finals and one APAC qualifier LAN during his time on the two different Xavier rosters.

May 2nd: R4ttl3r Joins Union Gaming

After stepping down from KIRA following their exit from the APAC Playoffs and announcing he was "stepping down from comp for a little while", Sai "R4ttl3r" Danush has joined Union Gaming ahead of Stage two.

Union previously won the August Regional Major and sat as the second-best team in South Asia throughout the 2020 Season but then failed to qualify for the 2021 Stage 1 SA Nationals. They have therefore added in R4ttl3r to reinforce their lineup to create what's currently a seven-man team.

April 28th: Elevate Signs Academy Roster

After the disbanding of the Elevate Women's team, the org has opted to pick up a Thai Academy roster which includes a number of players from the roster of Young Bloods and the main lineup's substitute of Nerix. This team will play in the GAKGUAY Scrimmage tournament and Operation League Thailand tournament later this year.