The ROX organization of South Korea announced its new Overwatch team. The brand is most known for its League of Legends division from the Tigers brand.

The new team—formerly known as Motiondive—will compete as the ROX Orcas, going along with the brand’s motif of animal-themed names.

Prior to becoming the Orcas, the team competed in APEX Challenger—the minor league of professional Overwatch—in South Korea last season. The players did not advance past the first round, finishing at fifth place with a 7-4 record.

Cho Kyung-hoon—also known by his tag, Aloha—is acting as the team’s playing coach.

“Through aggressive, fiery play, we will become a team that can make fans’ chests ring with excitement,” he said, as quoted by ESPN.

The roster of six will compete in the upcoming second season of APEX Challenger.

The complete roster is: Cho Kyung-hoon, “Aloha”; Kang Tae-wook, “Try”; Cha Kwang-ho, “Le1gend”; Chung Chang-gyoon, “Melee”; Kim Dae-min “Daemin”; and Cho Joon-hwan, “Guardian.”

Aloha has set a high bar for the ROX Orcas and plans to deliver. “Although the weight of the ROX name is large, we want to be an imposing, historic team to stand up to the name of the Tigers,” he was quoted as saying.

“ROX’s fame will rise and we will become a successful team.”