Rebels Anarchy was previously a Korean League of Legends team. In December 2015, they renamed to Afreeca Freecs.
Anarchy first competed in NLB Summer 2014 with a roster including cvMax, Savila, Sangyoon, Rynder, and 소환사 의진. They advanced to the platinum league, where they beat Bigfile Miracle before losing to Incredible Miracle 2.
Anarchy participated in Challengers Korea Spring 2015, replacing their jungler and top laner with Bubbling and Vitamin, respectively. They won the first series and placed 9th-16th in the second series, which gave them enough points for a seed into the Champions Summer Promotion Tournament, where they were placed in a group with Incredible Miracle and Winners. With cvMax rejoining the team, they went 1-1, successfully qualifying for SBENU Champions Summer 2015. On July 1st, Anarchy changed their name to Rebels Anarchy. They placed eighth at the end of the season and missed playoffs. However, they avoided relegations and qualified for the next season of LCK. Rebels Anarchy played in the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup where they lost 2-1 in the quarterfinals to Ever.
After a conflict over where the team would stream for the 2016 season, Anarchy added Afreeca as a title sponsor in December 2015 and changed name to Afreeca Freecs.
- The team renamed from Anarchy to Rebels Anarchy to avoid conflicting with the name of a Japanese company.
- July 24th, cvMax retires.
- December 22nd, Hachani leaves.
- December 29th, Afreeca becomes the teams title sponsor. Team renames to Afreeca Freecs.
||Lee Jae-gyun (이재균)
||Ha Seung-chan (하승찬)
|| KT Rolster
- ↑ KeSPA halts association support for Anarchy... reason is streaming contract reddit.com
- ↑ KeSPA halts association support for Anarchy... reason is streaming contract twitlonger.com
- ↑ KeSPA, 아나키 위탁 운영 중단…이유는 스트리밍 계약 때문 (Korean) fomos.kr
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 아프리카TV, 프로게임단 ‘아프리카 프릭스’ 창단... 구 아나키 맴버 영입 (Korean) game.xportsnews.com
- ↑ cvmax's Facebook Post facebook.com
- ↑ '하차니' 하승찬, KT 롤스터로 복귀 (Korean) esports.dailygame.co.kr
|Rebels Anarchy Roster|
|Incredible Miracle 2|