Esports organization Team Secret has now expanded its roster with EA and Respawn’s Battle Royale game Apex Legends.

The newly-formed roster consists of Canadian player Ahmed “Yousif” Al-Dabboos and American players Grant “Aladdin” LaBelle and Peyton “Peesh” Schutz.

“This roster has what it takes to be a force in the scene, and bring pride to our entire organization,” said Team Secret CEO John Yao in a statement. “I’m glad to tell the world that we’ve finally found a perfect match.”

Ahmed “Yousif” Al-Dabboos
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Yousif is a former player for SxD Esports and a five-time champion on LAN tournaments, including the Blitzkrieg Apex Legends Tournament hosted by the Ministry of Games.

Grant “Aladdin” LaBelle
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Aladdin is an ex-professional H1Z1 player under Obey Alliance and has competed on the APEX.Open North America and Europe League in the last few months.

Peesh is previously a member of the disbanded Apex Legends team Ghost Gaming.

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