VALORANT Weekly Roster Roundup #4

written by PeeKay March 28, 2022 at 5:0pm
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Our fourth weekly roster roundup features global roster moves from the week of 21st March to the 27th.

EUROPE

  • Europe
    • Guild X have parted ways with Sophia "Kim" Benfakir. She played her last game in a Guild X jersey at VCT GC 2022 - EMEA - Series 1, where the team finished second. Kim has been playing with Rix.GG Lightning as of late. Source
  • Turkey
    • Berk "magl0r" Bulut has left Galakticos to join Şahangiller Espor as the in-game leader. He joined the former in September last year and only spent four months on the roster, not having played since then in 2022. Source
  • Turkey
    • Enes "puckA" Cesitcioğlu announced his free agency on Twitter. Formerly of Karagumruk Esports, he has mainly played controllers and Viper in the past, but elaborated that he would like to develop into a sentinel or initiator role. Source
  • Poland
    • Jakub "qxv" Sawicki revealed he has entered free agency. The Pole used to play for popular organizations Entropiq and NOM eSports up until last year, but has spent 2022 on the unsigned ownage lineup. Source
  • Sweden
    • Zehradieux announced that his coaching contract with London Esports had been run down and he is now a free agent. The team finished 6th at VRL - Northern Europe: Polaris - Stage 1 - Main Event under his leadership and consequently missed out on the promotion playoffs. Source
  • Italy
    • Umberto "mass3R" Artuso has left Dsyre to be a free agent, he announced on Twitter. The Italian most recently represented the team at VRL - DACH: Evolution - Stage 1 - Main Event, where they finished in 5th and failed to qualify for the promotion tournament. Source
  • Germany
    • Unicorns of Love have signed Danail "DANNYTO" Sofroniev as their coach. The Bulgarian previously coached Sunny Beach during the VRL Northern Europe Open Qualifiers. Unicorns of Love themselves have not played an official match since their 13th-16th place exit at VRL - DACH: Evolution - Stage 1 - Open Qualifier. Source
  • Turkey
    • Galatasaray Esports announced that they have parted ways with Göksel "gosaydam" Saydam by means of mutual agreement. The Turk has since signed for Team Lixa after Ekrem "l0gicman" Aydın made way for him earlier on. Source
  • Europe
    • Wave Esports have released Povilas "roxie" Krivelis and Okko "Feeqn" Pajari, while Yiğithan "DeepMans" Kesici remains under contract but free to explore his opportunities. The moves come after the squad finished second at VRL - DACH: Evolution - Stage 1 - Main Event following a loss to FOKUS in the final, and thus missed out on the Promotion Tournament. Feeqn had been a long-time member of the team, while roxie and DeepMans had joined just at the start of the year. Wave Esports Source, DeepMans Source
  • Turkey
    • Regnum Carya Esports have added Gökay "tecoNe" Noğayer to their roster. He has previously been a part of the Beşiktaş Esports roster in July of 2021, but has not played any official matches this year. The Turk boasts an incredible 1.21 rating and 256 ACS throughout his career on duelists, primarily with Jett but also Reyna and Raze. Source
  • Czech Republic
    • Enterprise Esports have signed the complete former Podnik roster. The squad now includes Václav "Cantzer" Jan Stezka, Michael "Elysium" Prošek, Martin "MaFiN" Vrána, Patrik "Minny" Hušek, and alexiiik. The lineup had found success at VALORANT East United - Season Final, where they finished in second place to lock down a VRL Promotion spot. Source

SOUTH ASIA

  • India
    • Asteria have signed Hanuh to their roster. The Filipino player featured in her last official match last year with Nigma Galaxy Female, where she dabbled with a variety of sentinel and controller roles. Source

KOREA

  • Korea, Republic of
    • Jung "GwangUh" Hae-do has announced his free agency. The Korean had previously played for Maru Gaming, who finished fifth at VCT 2022 - Korea - Stage 1 - Main Event and missed out on Masters Reykjavik qualification. GwangUh has historically mained controllers like Astra and Viper. Source

MENA

  • Egypt
    • Vladimir "PNUKH" Chervov has joined XPLDZ as the head coach. The Russian coached Team Finest from October 2021 to February this year, leading the team to VRL Eastern Europe qualification, where the team finished in sixth place. He also oversaw the team’s VCT 2022 - Europe - Stage 1 - Closed Qualifier 2 run that saw them come in last place. Source

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