d3ffo joins İstanbul Wildcats

written by ArmandVanHelden October 26, 2022 at 6:32pm
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İstanbul Wildcats are continuing to surprise the community with impressive transfers. Despite failing to clinch a partnership spot, the Turkish organization is signing pretentious players. Firstly, the ex-Fnatic player braveaf joined the team. Now, İstanbul Wildcats have announced the arrival of Nikita "d3ffo" Sudakov, who had parted ways with M3 Champions after VCT Stage 2 EMEA Challengers 2.

It was rumored that İstanbul Wildcats were one of the teams that had some chance of getting a partnership slot. However, BBL Esports and FUT Esports were the chosen Turkish teams but Wildcats were left out. The Turkish organization still looking to show its presence regionally as is obvious from their signings. Wildcats had announced braveaf a couple of days ago as covered, and now they have signed d3ffo as a stand-in.

Gambit Esports had great runs since the start of the 2021 season and d3ffo was one of the most important pieces of the roster. The Russian player won the CIS Masters once and lifted the VCT 2021: Stage 3 Masters - Berlin trophy, winning his first international major trophy. The 2021 season was not over for the Russian team as they reached the first-ever grand finals of the VALORANT World Championship but couldn’t finish the job. The organization started the 2022 season as M3 Champions but d3ffo left the team after VCT 2022: EMEA Stage 2 Challengers. He mainly played Jett throughout his career, maintaining a rating with the agent. d3ffo currently holds a rating if we look at the entirety of his career and K/D.

For now, d3ffo is a stand-in for the Turkish organization but this could change in the upcoming weeks if both parties come to an agreement. Wildcats’ current roster is:

TurkeyUğurcan "anima" AydınTurkeyMuhammed "mammY" ErdoğanTurkeyEren "Alvera" KınaTurkeyDeniz "vittoria" KulçakRussian FederationAndrew "braveaf" GorchakovRussian FederationNikita "d3ffo" Sudakov

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