The final member of the new Bleed eSports lineup, which is apparently still in the talks, has yet to be revealed.
Bleed eSports have completed the signing of Derrick “Deryeon” Yee and Lim “lenne” Lionel, as well as Tyler “Juicy” James on loan, the organization announced on Twitter.
The move sees the three players quickly return to action with a Bleed eSports squad that was in the process of rebuilding after a brief turbulent period following the departure of Muhammad “FrostyZ” Adam, Ian “Chrysania” Zhe, and Pooi “jarpiX” Justin from the lineup.
Deryeon, lenne, and Juicy formerly represented Louvre for a variety of periods, until they decided to call it quits on November 31st. While being unsigned, the team concluded their run on a high note after a runner-up finishes in The Esports Club Showdown, defeating the likes of Global Esports, Velocity Gaming, and Alter Ego en route to the final.
With these changes, the Bleed lineup now comprises players from both the No. 2 and 3 teams of the MY/SG region, according to VLR.gg prior to LVR’s disbandment. Additionally, It marks a significant step forward for the Singaporean squad as they prepare for the new 2022 VCT season.
Bleed eSports are slated to make their debut with the new lineup in the US$35,000 SEA Esports Championship 2021’s Singaporean Qualifier, which will be Tyler “Juicy” James’ only appearance with the team as part of the short-term agreement.
The organization has yet to reveal the last piece. However, should the reported possibility come to fruition, Bleed eSports’ 2022 roster would include a Swedish player.
Bleed eSports boast the following extended roster:
- 🇸🇬 Darren “FirstLove” Mok
- 🇸🇬 Lee “LEXY” Xavier
- 🇸🇬 Derrick “Deryeon” Yee
- 🇸🇬 Lim “lenne” Lionel
- 🇸🇬 Tyler “Juicy” James (On-loan)
- 🇸🇬 Aaron “Eno” Cheah (Coach)
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Cover photo courtesy of Bleed eSports