Written By ArmandVanHelden - 2022-05-05
Unsuccessful results during VCT 2022 - Brazil - Stage 1 - Main Event have pushed Vivo Keyd to make roster changes before going into the second stage. Mateus "RgLM" Rodigoli and Igor "RHZ" Aran Baruti Lima are the latest additions to the lineup, as announced today.
Last year, Vivo Keyd had tremendous performances that helped them reach VCT 2021 - VALORANT Champions 2021. This year though hasn’t been the best of theirs after falling against Ninjas in Pyjamas in the Lower Bracket Final of VCT 2022 - Brazil - Stage 1 - Main Event. Last month, it was announced that Gabriel "v1xen" Martins and Jonathan "JhoW" Glória were benched and it meant that the organization aimed to acquire two new players to fill their shoes. Today it became official and they will have a different lineup in the second stage.
Jhow and v1xen were known players in the Brazilian VALORANT scene but the new duo is waiting to make the spike in their careers. Mateus "RgLM" Rodigoli is the more experienced one as he showed his capabilities under the INGAMING Esports uniform during VCT 2022 - Brazil - Stage 1 - Main Event. RgLM was one of the best performing players on the roster despite INGAMING’s poor form during the split. Lastly, Igor "RHZ" Aran Baruti Lima is the last piece of the roster. His most played agent for the past three months is Sova with 22 times. He hasn’t played for any “big” esports clubs but the second stage of the Brazilian 2022 VCT circuit may be his time to shine.
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