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"I dedicate around three to four hours to playing Pokémon UNITE on a daily basis": Tay "Ice" Leong Jie of Orangutan Esports

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The Pokémon UNITE World Championship 2022 came to an end a month ago and Orangutan Esports was one of the teams that participated in the major tournament.

Despite their poor performances at the event, they are one of the best teams in the Asia-Pacific region.One of the members of their Pokemon UNITE roster is Tay "Ice" Leong Jie.

In a conversation with Sportskeeda Esports’ Debolina Banerjee, Ice talks about how he came to join the Orangutan Esports roster, his experience at the World Championship, and more.Ice: I have been playing PokémonUNITE competitively, ever since January 2022, back when the World Championship 2022 was announced.Ice: Solo (Bryan Khoo Chin How) and I were previously from a team called Star9, while KST, Raithe (Chuang Fu Yuan), and Dev were from DVT.

We decided to form a team as both the previous teams were struggling. I was the one who reached out to Raithe while he was the one who formed the team.Instagram PostIce: I expect them to facilitate and assist us in any need for us to do our best in competitions.Ice: I think everyone was extremely happy after we won Pokémon UNITE APAC Championship because it guaranteed us a position is the World Championship 2022.

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