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Sponsored by eSports and Glory, China, along with 15 other countries were invited to participate in the World Glory Competition, an event that will take place from July 17 to August 6. Each country is allowed 13 participants and 1 substitute, in the event of an emergency. Fourteen skilled individuals from the Glory Professional Alliance of China were selected to take part in the event. The team used City B in China as their training location. The event will be held in Zurich, Switzerland at the Letzigrund Stadium. [1]

Current Roster

Team No. Player Name Account Name Class Position
1 Ye Xiu All [Note 1] All [Note 1] Leader
2 Yu Wenzhou Swoksaar Warlock Captain
3 Zhou Zekai Cloud Piercer Sharpshooter Member
4 Wang Jiexi Vaccaria Witch Member
5 Huang Shaotian Troubling Rain Blade Master Member
6 Xiao Shiqin Life Extinguisher Mechanic Member
7 Chu Yunxiu Windy Rain Elementalist Member
8 Su Mucheng Dancing Rain Launcher Member
9 Zhang Jiale Dazzling Hundred Blossoms Spitfire Member
10 Zhang Xinjie Immovable Rock Cleric Member
11 Li Xuan Crying Devil Ghostblade Member
12 Sun Xiang One Autumn Leaf Battle Mage Member
13 Tang Hao Demon Subduer Brawler Member
14 Fang Rui Boundless Sea Qi Master Member

Other participants

  • South Korea
  • Japan
  • Switzerland
  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • Denmark
  • Netherlands
  • Germany
  • England
  • Italy
  • France
  • Russia
  • Canada
  • United States of America
  • Australia

Individual Player Awards

  • MVP:
  • King of Dueling:
  • Damage Star:
  • Best Healer:

Gallery

Trivia

  • Han Wenqing received an invitation to join the team, but turned it down due to having limited energy and wanting to focus on Tyranny.
  • If Han Wenqing accepted the invitation, he would have been appointed captain instead of Yu Wenzhou.
  • Wang Jiexi was supposed to be the captain after Han Wenqing rejected the invitation. However, the former rejected the role of captain.

Note

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ye Xiu is an informal player in the tournament, so he can replace any player and use their account card.

References

  1. Chinese Glory Team on Baidu