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Alliance partners with Yoodo to announce their PUBG Mobile roster ‘Yoodo Alliance’ for upcoming season

Yoodo Alliance

One of the leading international esports organizations, Alliance has announced its partnership with Malaysia’s digital mobile service, Yoodo to introduce their new PUBG Mobile esports team: Yoodo Alliance. With a successful track record in the international esports arena through multiple global Top 5 teams in Dota 2, PUBG Mobile, Apex Legends, VALORANT, Trackmania, and Wild Rift, Alliance also boasts more than 4 million fans worldwide.

This is however the first time the organization has entered the esports market in Malaysia. Jonathan Berg, Co-Founder, and CEO at Alliance shared that this is an exciting time for the entire Alliance team. “We’re proud to be expanding in Malaysia through PUBG Mobile for the first time. Alliance is all about developing talents and boosting them to be the best they can be, and we cannot wait to see what Yoodo Alliance can achieve out there on the virtual battleground.”

Jonathan continued, “We’re even more excited to be entering this market with a partner as established as Yoodo. They’re as equally committed to our PUBG Mobile team and we’re confident that this partnership will help our skilled team reach greater heights.”

Yoodo holds years of esports-focused tournaments, offerings, and even multiple esports teams to its name, earning itself the established position of the most dominant Telco in the Malaysian esports arena. Yoodo continuously seeks out initiatives and offerings that boost the local gaming scene. “Yoodo has a proven history of empowering the local esports and gaming community,” commented Chow Tuck Mun, Head of Yoodo.

“We’re always looking to support Malaysian esports professionals. Our partnership with Alliance is a new step in the next phase of Yoodo’s journey in esports as we look to empower the next generation of esports stars, and we are truly proud to welcome Alliance to the Malaysian esports scene as our partner.”

“We believe there’s an abundance of talent in the Malaysian esports and gaming community, and we’re excited for this opportunity to cement our country’s name in the international esports arena through Yoodo Alliance,” Tuck Mun continued. “Yoodo is ready to lend our fullest support to the team, and we wish them all the best in their upcoming tournaments!”

Yoodo Alliance is a dynamic team made up of ex-Gritg Ares:

  • Muhammad Zalmi “BabyKimz” Hakim Azhar
  • Muhammad Haikal “Lex” Adam Razak
  • Muhammad Fahmi “Pami” Farizal
  • Mohd Hafizuddin “Dinx” Suaini
  • Mohamad Afiq “Temahk” Haikal Amiludin (sub)
  • Ikhwansyah bin “MrFlank” Maskuri (coach)
  • Manager: Tyna

The team recently emerged as champions of the PUBG Mobile National Championship (PMNC) 2021, of which Yoodo was also the Official Digital Telco for the tournament.

The team will be managed by Alliance as they go on to participate in various upcoming PUBG Mobile tournaments, beginning with the upcoming PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) MYSG Season 4, which will kick off on 24 August 2021.

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