G2 Esports Invitational was an opportunity to see the full competitive potential of Valorant. That first stage of the Valorant Ignition Series 2020 saw Mixwell and his team win the tournament and the $11,210 cash prize.
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Carlos "Ocelote" Rodriguez, G2 Esports CEO, discussed the recent investments that the organization has made in Valorant in an interview with Forbes.
Former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro-player Oscar "mixwell" Cañellas Colocho announced that he will join the Spanish organization.
Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom former pro player on CS:GO is no longer inactive. He has joined the Valorant Pro Division where he'll play with former pros like Mixwell or Kinstaar from the Fortnite competitive scene.
A Twitch Rivals tournament in Valorant took place to celebrate the official release of the game. The best players from around the world competed June 5-7 for a share of $200,000. In the end, Team Brax became the North American champion.
Valorant competitive rosters continue to form. After T1, Sentinels and TSM, 100 Thieves announces the formation of a team with the recruitment of a first player: Spencer "Hiko" Martin.
With the official release of the game, Valorant becomes more and more attractive for organizations. T1 finally completed its team with the addition of Skadoodle, which marks his return to the competitive scene.
Valorant European Brawl, organised by PaySafeCard and G2 Esports, returned after a first edition won by Team Nordics. The best European players were able to compete for €10,000 and Belgium finally won the tournament.
We're no longer counting the number of players who have announced their moves to Valorant since the closed beta was launched in early April. Fortnite world champion Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf has now hinted that he might just do the same.
A few days before the official release of Valorant, Riot Games' FPS, it's the American structure Team SoloMid which announces its roster for future competitions with former CS:GO pros hazed, Cutler, Subroza, Drone, and Wardell.
Valorant continues to attract players and orhanizations from all over the world. It's now the turn of the women's division of Dignitas to announce its intention to go to the new Riot Games FPS.
Once again it's a former CS:GO player who joins the ranks of T1's Valorant roster. By joining the Korean organization, food officially becomes the team's fourth player alongside brax, AZK and crashies.
Valorant's closed beta has been available for almost a month now. While the hype is at its highest, I discussed with Arthur "pm" Guillermet, CS:GO caster for 1PV, what makes this new game a success — and which could, in the long run, change everything.
Valorant's Competitive mode was released just a few days ago, and yet it's already getting a lot of attention. The ranking system doesn't seem to suit everyone, especially Myth and Hiko — who have given their opinion on the matter.