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APAC Transfers: Post-Stage 3 Updates - QConfirm roster leaves organization

Here's a quick summary of all the changes in both APAC North and APAC South since the end of Stage 3 2021.

APAC Transfers: Post-Stage 3 Updates - QConfirm roster leaves organization

As SiegeGG's hub for all roster changes in the transfer window post-Stage 3 of the 2021 season, this page will be regularly updated with the latest transfer news. Check out the LATAMNA, and EU threads for changes within those regions as well.

Summary of Changes So Far

APAC North Region:

  • mantis FPS - joins SANDBOX Gaming
  • Fnatic - Tex and Stigs benched
  • SANDBOX Gaming - OCN retires

APAC South Region:

  • QConfirm - roster leaves organization

Roster Changes

November 19th: QConfirm roster leaves organization

Two years after joining the organization, the QConfirm roster is now looking for new representation.

Since joining Qconfirm, the team won Season 11 of SEA's Pro League and finished the 2020 Season in seventh place out of APAC North's 12 teams. Most recently this year saw them finish each stage in fifth, third, and fifth place meaning the year ended with a 10-1-0-10 record in fifth overall, however, just one point shy of Chiefs in second-place.

Now as they look forward to the Six Invitational qualifiers, the QConfirm roster will likely be competing in the tournament under a new banner, with the replacement organization yet to be confirmed.

November 15th: SANDBOX Gaming coach OCN retires from competitive Siege

Just under a month after mantisFPS was signed by SANDBOX Gaming, and just four days after his team made it to the quarter-finals of the Six Sweden Major, OCN has announced his retirement.

SiegeGG was able to confirm the news with OCN himself after a one-word tweet the Korean released on Nov. 15. In his response, OCN also stated that he wants to "do what I want to do in the real world".

October 26th: Fnatic benches Stigs and Tex

"Tex" Thompson and Riley "Stigs" Mills have been benched by Fnatic after the end of a second successive disappointing season for the APAC North team.

Fnatic released the news on its Japanese Twitter account on Oct. 26, and stated that it will be "looking at new options for the starting line-up".

Check out our dedicated coverage of this change for more information.

October 22nd: SANDBOX Gaming signs mantis FPS

Two months after being dropped by the American organization of Cloud9, the top team in APAC North this stage, mantisFPS, has a new home in SANDBOX Gaming (SBXG).

Check out our dedicated coverage of this change for more information.