Please welcome our 4th player, all the way from Sweden 🇸🇪.. @G2pyth!
Relocating is never easy, let alone being the first EU player to join a SEA team. We look forward to moving mountains with pyth! 🏆✌️
Bleed last competed in The Esports Club Showdown, where they lost to Velocity Gaming in the lower bracket. Afterward, the team released three of their founding members: Ian "Chrysania" Chin Yu Zhe, Pooi "jarpiX" Shen Jie Justin, and Muhammad "FrostyZ" Adam. Replacing them were three ex-Louvre players in Derrick "Deryeon" Yee, Lim "lenne" You Xiang Lionel, and Tyler "Juicy" James Aeria, just days after their previous team had disbanded.
Meanwhile, pyth was released from G2 Esports back in November, having joined the team as their third member all the way back in June 2020. After failing to reach Stage 2: EMEA Challengers Playoffs, pyth played his last ever official with the team in June for the LVP Rising #2 EU Qualifier, where they fell to Team Finest 1-2. Shortly after, pyth was benched in favor of keloqz. Since then, the Swede has participated in few tournaments.
Bleed have also announced that pyth will be relocating from Sweden to Singapore, marking the second time an EU player relocates to the region. pyth also confirms that he is currently still residing in Sweden until January, after which he will relocate to Singapore.