lenne announces free agency

Lionel “lenne” Lim has announced that he is currently a free agent as he is no longer contractually bound to Bleed eSports. 

SINGAPORE – Lionel “lenne” Lim is no longer tied to Bleed eSports, the player has announced on Twitter. The Singaporean Sova is now free to join another team after reaching an agreement with Bleed eSports to waive his buyout fee, becoming the third player from that squad to enter free agency after Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi and Max “maxie” Lönnström. 

In his announcement, lenne stated he is willing to put aside his studies for a chance to compete in the VCT Pacific partnered league and asked any interested parties to reach out to him or BLEED via Twitter. 

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lenne joins the free agent pool as the roster shuffling across APAC intensifies
(Photo courtesy of Bleed eSports)

Lenne joined Bleed eSports in December last year alongside Louvre teammates Derrick “Deryeon” Yee and Tyler James “juicy” Aeria, as well as the aforementioned Swedish combo to finalize the organization’s second roster iteration. 

Despite the success shared by lenne and the organization in the domestic MY/SG scene, the struggle to break into the top echelons of the game ultimately ended with the squad being put on the bench last month. His run with the team came to an end when Bleed eSports missed out on qualifying for an international tournament for the third time this year in the VCT APAC Last Chance Qualifier.

The rest of the players have not spoken much about what their future holds, with Deryeon, Retla, juicy, crazyguy, and JayH now being part of Bleed eSports’ temporary roster to compete in the upcoming TEC Challenger Series 9. 

Here is how BLEED’s temporary roster currently looks: 

  • 🇸🇬 Derrick “Deryeon” Yee
  • 🇸🇬 Jorell “Retla” Teo
  • 🇸🇬 Tyler James “juicy” Aeria
  • 🇸🇬 Wong “JayH” Jia Heng
  • 🇻🇳 Ngô “crazyguy” Công Anh

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Cover photo courtesy of Bleed eSports

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