Thank You Hahagus, SlyDD, Coyo, Pashao0o, AlenZz and SEAGM WULF!

by crankypants7
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Last year, SEAGM embarked on an awesome journey with five talented guys. Today, we would like to thank and wish them all the best in their future endeavours. It’s true what they say, all good things must come to an end, and we would like to thank our PUBG Classic roster: SEAGM WULF for their talents.

SEAGM WULF

We take a walk down memory lane. Back in February of 2020, an announcement was shared to the world: SEAGM and Gank partnering up, with the inception of SEAGM.WULF as SEAGM’s first ever esports team. 

The team was coached and captained by Agus “Hahagus” Amran, who is also Yoodo Gank’s coach, and consisted of:

Coach Agus Hahagus Amran
SEAGM WULF

From PUBG SEA Series, to PUBG Singapore & Malaysia Series (PSMS), the team went on to proudly represent us on the PUBG Classic scene in Malaysia and the SEA region, and they delivered their absolute best! SEAGM WULF clocked in 169 matches, a 7% / 7% win rate, with 2 wins and one loss. 

As gamers, it’s always important to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and we at SEAGM even put them through a physical test. Needless to say, the boys took it like a pack of wolves! Watch it below:

What’s next after SEAGM WULF?

As we all know, Coach Agus “Hahagus” Amran is coaching our favourite boys from Yoodo.Gank. Pasha is now a coach at Dingoz esports. You can still watch AlenZz tear it up on his stream. Also, if you didn’t know already, AlenZz actually has an awesome Mee Celup stall! There is no word on SlyDD or Pocoyo’s future plans yet, but we’ll be keeping an eye out!

To conclude, we at SEAGM would like to thank the boys of SEAGM WULF, and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors. All the best boys! 

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