Team Flash has just announced their next step in their expansion plans for Southeast Asia, with their latest collaboration with the Cambodian-based esports organisation, Burn Gaming. Today Team Flash revealed their new Mobile Legends: Bang Bang squad that will be competing in the upcoming Cambodian MLBB Professional League. Here's the lineup that will be playing under the Burn X Flash banner:

The lineup hasn't changed much from the last season of MPL Cambodia, we now have D7 (previously NewBlood) coming in to replace Pekaboo. This collaboration will see regular training sessions with other Team Flash squads and knowledge sharing between teams analysing each other's gameplay to help identify strategies or areas of improvement, something sorely needed after Burn Gaming's less than satisfactory results in the first season. The new alliance will also see both organisations combining their resources and expertise to elevate each other’s MLBB division and cultivate a stronger presence in Cambodia’s esports scene.

Burn x Flash will make their debut in MPL KH Season 2 kicking off 26th February. Stay tuned to see the new roster in action!

It's pretty fitting that the winners of E1 Championship Season One, Team Flash, would be joining forces with E1 co-organiser Axle Sports to make waves in the sim racing esports scene. This time, under a new name - Flash Axle Sports.

The partnership was made official yesterday, in conjunction with their participation in the upcoming 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual race later tonight (26 June). Flash Axle Sports will be dispatching two cars in the endurance race at Circuito de la Sarthe, with two trios competing in the final race of the global Esports Endurance Series (EES):

Car #11

Mohammad Aleef ‘Hamilton’
Naquib Azlan (Season Zero champion)
Mikko Nassi (Season Zero second runner-up)

Car #12

Mika Hakimi (Season Zero fifth place)
Inigo Anton (Season One sixth place)
Cian Butler

Instead of Raceroom (which E1 utilises), both teams will be racing on the rFactor sim racing simulator, against 12 other teams in the top-tier DPi (Daytona Prototype International) class. The two teams qualified in the top 5, granting Car #11 and Car #12 second and fifth place on the grid, respectively.

Catch the racers in action at the 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual race on Pitlane TV YouTube tonight (26 June) at 9PM (GMT +8).

Image credit: SRO Esports FB

Subsequently, Flash Axle Sports will be burning rubbers with the best Asian racers in the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO) GT World Challenge Esports Asia Endurance Series. The virtual race will take place in Mount Panorama Circuit of Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, from 5 - 11 July (qualifiers), and 17 July. The sim racing event will be streamed live on YouTubeTwitch and Facebook.

Team Flash, a Southeast Asian organization known for its Arena of Valor, League of Legends, Free Fire, FIFA Online, PUBG Mobile, and Wild Rift teams, announced yesterday the signing of two new squads - one for e-racing, and another for Brawl Stars.

Team Flash Brawl Stars:

The Brawl Stars team will be attempting to qualify for the world championship through the regional qualifiers that Supercell have been hosting for the past few months. CoupDeAce, Response and JayKay were part of PSG Esports that won the 2020 Brawl Stars Championship, so this year they will be trying to defend the title competing under Team Flash.


The e-racing team will be taking part in the upcoming E1 Championship Season One that will be broadcasted on eGG Network TV. Aleef is said to be an accomplished sim racer, with a total of 10 championships under his belt in the past two years - it's going to be interesting to see what he brings to the table in the upcoming tournament. Will Flash be able to dethrone Stratos Motorsports? Only one way to find out. Tune in for E1 Championship Season One next week!

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