Alliance kicked off the Apex Legends Global Series (ALGS) Championship with a resounding map victory and some promising news regarding their rising star, Miron “Effect” Novikov, who has finally secured his visa.
At the outset of the opening day’s group stage, Alliance faced a daunting challenge as Effect was unable to compete due to visa delays.
However, a glimmer of hope has emerged on the horizon.
Despite the setback of playing without Effect, Alliance exhibited an exceptional performance.
They secured a crucial victory on Worlds Edge during the Group C vs. Group D matches, thanks to the outstanding contributions of their substitute player Mikkel “Mande” Hestbek.
Following this impressive triumph, Alliance received uplifting news.
I GOT MY VISA BIRMINGHAM I COME LFGGGG
— Effect (@xEffecto) September 6, 2023
If this visa approval holds, Effect could soon join his teammates in Birmingham.
Under ALGS rules, teams are allowed to switch players and utilize their designated substitute throughout the tournament.
The inclusion of Effect in the line up adds a significant boost of firepower to the Alliance squad, making them a formidable contender for winning the ALGS Championship.