C9 has now officially complete its Valorant team. After several test tournaments it has recruited Daniel "Vice" Kim, a former CS:GO player.
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If several teams have distinguished themselves during the tournament, it's once again G2 Esports that wins the competition. It continues to dominate the Valorant Ignition Series in Europe.
100 Thieves has decided to change its Valorant team by freeing up four players and recruiting former Team Liquid CS:GO player nitr0.
North American organizations are moving one after the other on Valorant. Luminosity Gaming didn't make a big mistake by signing a team already formed that has been playing online tournaments since the release of the game.
FACEIT has partnered with B.Site and Riot Games to offer an official event of the Valorant Ignition Series. The tournament will bring together eight American teams that will compete for a $50,000 prize.
In transferring to beastcoast, the former Fortnite pro is transitioning to Riot Games' new FPS.
The famous Chinese organization announced the creation of a team around former CS: GO pro Kirill "ANGE1" Karasiow.
The famous organization is building a second roster for Riot Games' FPS — A vote of confidence in Valorant all the more impressive as the game is struggling to take root in Korea.
Nicholas "nitr0" Cannella recently retired from Team Liquid. While he has not yet communicated on the rest of his career, he would have decided to convert to the FPS of Riot Games.
The third North American tournament of the Valorant Ignition Serie just ended with the victory of TSM after a final full of surprises against Sentinels!
Jason "JasonR" Ruchelski won't be with FaZe Clan for very long. The former CS: GO player has decided to leave the structure following internal disagreements. He doesn't give up the competition so far and is looking for a new project.
Since the release of Valorant, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has participated in various competitions as part of a team of influencers. His last team, 100 Blifted, lost T1 Sonii and must find a new player for the tournaments to come.
After standing in at several tournaments, David "davidp" Prins has now officially joined the G2 Valorant roster.
G2 ardiis is the first player in the organization to do an Ask Me Anything on Reddit. The questions followed one another and we come back to the most interesting ones with subjects such as competitions, ambition and the future.
Valorant inspires new esport organizations. Rix.GG, freshly created, has decided to enter the competition with the aim of showcasing British talent.
The FaZe Clan organization, well known on several esports scenes, continues to complete its Valorant roster. The latest addition is Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen, who was until now a simple stand-in. There is only one place left on the team.
Valorant tournaments have been organized in numbers since the game's release. PAX Arena had announced that it will be holding its own Invitational Powered By Seagate. Sentinels won the tournament and the $10,000 cash prize.
FaZe Clan continues to complete its Valorant roster by recruiting Zachary "ZachaREEE" Lombardo, former Overwatch professional player.
Two American players have been banned by Riot Games. They were guilty of cheating in recent competitions. It was the Vanguard security system that spotted them, proving once again its effectiveness.
Although David "davidp" Prins already has a great prize list, he isn't yet a member of a team. While he won two stages of the Valorant Ignition Series with G2 Esports, he had only stand-in status. Should G2 sign him for good?