Selfless have revealed their roster for the WESG Finals, confirming they will be using Vincent "Brehze" Cayonte and Alec "Slemmy" White for the tournament in January.
Following the end of the last ESL Pro League season, the North American organization went down to only three members after releasing Mitch "m1tch" Semago and having Vincent "Brehze" Cayonte move on to form a new, North American based NRG roster.
With a first place finish at the WESG Americas LAN Finals, Selfless have secured a spot at the World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) Grand Finals presented by Alipay, and have now released details on the roster that will be competing at the tournament in January.
To fill in the last two spots, Selfless will be using the NRG-departed Brehze one last time, something that was arranged as a part of the transfer to his new team, and have added Alec "Slemmy" White to complete the roster.
The ex-Cloud9 in-game leader is not confirmed as a full-time Selfless player yet, but the organisation is optimistic about the prospect of the 26-year-old joining the team on a long-term basis following WESG.
Selfless' line-up for 2016 WESG Grand Finals by Alipay is:
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