Team Flash Staging a Comeback to Esports

By Babyoling 8 January 2017
Team Flash Staging a Comeback to Esports
SINGAPORE: Leading esports brand Team Flash returns after two-year absence, signs defending Singapore champions for League of Legends and EA Sports FIFA Online 3.


Team Flash Logo (horizontal_black)

Widely regarded as Singapore’s leading eSports team from 2011 to 2014, Team Flash enjoyed a major sponsorship with Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Cooler Master and achieved more than 50 podium finishes over an impressive 3-year span. Some of the team’s greatest competitive highlights include multiple gold medals in the Singapore legs of the World Cyber Games (WCG) and placing first at Blizzard’s World Championship Series, Electronic Sports Thailand Championship and the International eSports festival.  
 
Team Flash aims to be a major player in the region, engaging the eSports community with strategic moves in Southeast Asia involving events and talent management. This begins with media coverage at ESL One Genting.
 
Team Flash's return marks the official signature of the defending League of Legends and FIFA Online 3 champions for Singapore. Wen Jun ‘hibidi’ Chiang will represent the Flash colours once again, transferring from team Impunity for the 2017-18 season. A two-time WCG winner with world-class championship pedigree, hibidi was the longest-standing player for Flash eSports previously and now returns to make his mark at the same place he made his name.

Vestigial, the current defending League champions for Singapore and crowned top 3 in Southeast Asia after Vietnam and Bangkok during last year’s Garena Premier League, will also represent Team Flash. Lim 'ly4' Yang, one of the most talented and well-known players in Southeast Asia's League of Legends scene, will be leading the team in Flash colours starting from TLC next month.


Flash.FIFA
Wen Jun 'hibidi' Chiang (Captain, 26)
 
Flash.League of Legends
First-team
Lim 'ly4ly4ly4' Yang (Mid, 22)
Alex 'Shinsekai' Tan (Top, 18)
Wayne 'BBTY' Chua (Jungle, 23) 
Martin 'Mexilew' Lew (ADC, 20)
Chua 'Skarm' Jia Jun (Support, 19) 
Ang 'Rayne' Jia Lun (Manager)
 
Substitutes
Lim 'Enerexis' Zheng Ying (Support, 18)
Luqman 'Zancazor' Hakim (Jungle, 17)
Jordan 'suoh' Lum (Support/Mid, 21)


Team Flash will also be working closely with Garena in the 2017-18 season to support both teams going forward, as Garena is also the exclusive distributor of League of Legends and FIFA Online 3 in Southeast Asia. Talks have already begun with major consumer brands to sponsor Team Flash next season.


For more information, check out the official Team Flash website: www.teamflash.gg

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