Nate "Ataraxia" Mark
Captain / Hunter
This ADC player started out as the solo laner for Agilitas, but soon made the change to the Hunter position. After his team just barely missed qualifying for the Season 1 EU SPL, they went on to become undefeated in the EU Challenger Cup and EU SPL Wildcards, thus finally qualifying for the SPL. This lead to them being picked up by Cognitive Gaming and, later on, Titan. After the team parted ways before the beginning of Season 3, Ataraxia and PrettyPriMe stayed together and put together the Hungry For More roster, now representing Obey Alliance. He provides the team with much-needed leadership, proudly fulfilling his role as captain both in games and outside of them.
Benjamin "CaptainTwig" Knight
Originally a mid player, CaptainTwig started his competitive career in the infancy of SMITE with a team formed by one of his friends.The team would eventually be picked up by Mortality eSports, followed by SK, and then Fnatic, a time during which his role swap to jungle happened. Following a 5th-8th placement at the World Championship, CaptainTwig left Fnatic and joined Hungry For More, the team that would eventually join the Obey Alliance family. He holds the impressive achievement of having been to every LAN tournament since SMITE’s launch, and his extensive experience within the game is mirrored by his grasp of its intricacies, and the impact of both is felt throughout the team both in practice and in the SPL.
Oskar "PANDALIKE" Lasota
PANDALIKE, previously known as Frezzyy, managed to qualify for the Season 1 EU SPL with his then team Mortality eSports, which ended up placing 2nd during the regular season. Defeated by SK Gaming, the team split up shortly after. As Season 2 of EU SPL approached, he was offered a spot on Novus Orsa as the team was about to join Team Dignitas. He remained on the roster for the entirety of Season 2, following which he announced his parting with the team and contemplated leaving the SMITE competitive scene altogether. However, 5 weeks after the 3rd Season had officially started, he replaced Zindurn as support for Hungry For More, now Obey Alliance, cementing. He quickly cemented his position within the team with his playstyle, proving to be a great addition to the roster. His decision-making and shot calling expertise helped Hungry For More come back from a seemingly insurmountable loss streak, and place 3rd in Europe, when they had previously been last.
Emil "PrettyPriMe" Edstrom
PrettyPriMe made himself known by climbing up the SMITE ranked ladder. His competitive potential was soon noticed by Zindurn, who offered him the mid role on his team, Agilitas. The team was later sponsored by Cognitive Gaming under the name Aquila, and would soon after would be picked up by Titan instead, and go on to place 2nd at the 2015 SMITE World Championship. Following the disbanding of the roster, PrettyPriMe founded Hungry For More, now Obey Alliance, along with captain and hunter, Ataraxia. He is regarded as one of the most consistent mid laners in the world, and his unwavering proficiency at his role, along with his and CaptainTwig’s remarkable synergy helps the team stay afloat in even the direst of situations.
Harry "Variety" Cumming
Variety’s climb to the Smite Pro League is one that begun with casual team tournaments. While participating in these tournaments, Variety met another player by the name of PrincessTomato, with whom he would go on to become good friends and form a team. They competed among top teams and were eventually picked up by Team Coast. In Season 2 of the Smite Pro League, however, Variety left Team Coast to join the roster of Team Dignitas, a team that later qualified for the SMITE Super Regionals. At the beginning of Season 3 he announced his departure from Team Dignitas and joined Hungry For More, a roster which would in time be picked up by Obey Alliance. Ever since, his in-game experience has been shining through both his play-making ability and his overall performance.