To support its Valorant team in its progress, Cloud 9 has decided to reinforce its technical staff. A head coach and a strategic coach have been added to the project.
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Complexity have made the first assessment of its Valorant team, created in July. Following disappointing results, the organization has benched two of its players.
Hyp and Fearoth are no longer part of the active Valorant roster for Ninjas in Pyjamas. These changes are motivated by poor results produced by the team in recent months in the Ignition Series.
William "draken" Sundin was at the beginning of Valorant one of the most prominent players. He didn't find a stable team and joined Bonk.
Team Envy is making the first changes to its roster since its debut in Valorant. By recruiting food and crashies, the team hopes to get better results in the upcoming competitions.
Valorant Ignition Series will end with a final European stage organized by the Danish organization BLAST.
Cypher is an essential member of a professional team's lineup in Valorant. His domination of the competitive landscape dates back to the very start of the meta, and several patches later, his pick rate shows no sign of slowing down.
Esports org forZe created its Valorant team last May, but after lacking any real results, it has decided to shake up its roster with two new additions.
Joshua "steel" Nissan will have enjoyed only a few days of his competitive retirement. He has decided to give a second breath to his career by joining the 100 Thieves Valorant team.
T1 has a lot of issues with its Valorant team. The organization has decided to free up food and crashes and will have to find replacements for the upcoming competitions.
Transfers from other FPS to Valorant aren't about to stop. It's the turn of Joshua "Steel" Nissan, former CS:GO player, to become a full-time content creator on Valorant.
SKADE has decided to move into Valorant by recruiting the FABRIKEN roster. This is great news for LATEKS and his teammates, who were until now without an organization.
The "For the Women" initiative, led by Comcast, continues with the FTW Summer Showdown tournament, hosted in partnership with Nerd Street Gamers.
Pop Flash, the final event in the VALORANT Ignition Series for North America, was won by the Sentinels for their second tournament win. Here are all the results for the $50,000 event.
Another stage of the Valorant Ignition Series occured. Organised by LVL Global, the tournament had seen 16 invited European teams compete to win €15,000. Once again it was G2 Esports that won the competition.
In early July, Skadoodle was the last member to complete T1 Valorant roster. He recently announced he was stepping back to train with other teams while remaining a T1 member player.
Dignitas is the last big American Esports organization to move to Valorant. If it took its time to do so, it still has recruited an interesting roster that has already proven itself on the competitive circuit.
Eight of North America's best teams will do battle for a share of a $50,000 prize pool at the VALORANT Ignition Series Pop Flash tournament, and now the two groups have been determined.
Cloud 9 has put together an ambitious Valorant team that intends to play the leading roles in American tournaments. It has also decided to form a Korean roster to tackle the Asian competitive scene.
A new stage of the Ignition Series in Oceania will take place next weekend. Valorant Cyber Games Arena Pacific Open will be held with eight teams qualified for the Playoffs.