Team Vitalityhas announced its expansion into VALORANT as it commits to fielding the best players across the biggest and most exciting esports titles. The roster includes rising stars Lukas “Feqew” Petrauskas, Ben Redjeb “Bramz” Bayram, Ouali “M4china” Manset, Vakaris “Vakk” Bebravicius, Jokūbas “ceNder” Labutis. Andrey “Fragon” Katz, former coach of FunPlus Phoenix and captain of Team Isreal in Overwatch is coaching the team, bringing his wealth of competitive in-game experience.
The announcement concludes Team Vitality’s VALORANT talent search which started back in July 2020 when they hosted the Vitality European Open signalling the organisation’s aim to be a competitive force in the burgeoning VALORANT scene. Team Vitality’s roster will compete in Riot Games’ VALORANT Champions Tour with high ambitions to qualify for the World Championship at the end of 2021 and stand out on a global level.
“Entering VALORANT has been a top priority for us at Team Vitality since the esports scene started to develop. Having already showcased we have the ability to cement a legacy in an FPS title, we are really excited to get started. The potential of this roster is sky high and we look forward to going head-to-head with the best and proving why Team Vitality is a hive for growth and success.” said Fabien “Neo” Devide, President & Co-Founder, Team Vitality
Team Vitality officially now fields nine teams across eight esports titles as it fosters a culture of competitive excellence. In 2020 the organisation celebrated nine titles won and a total of 8 MVP awards across its competing games.
Team Vitality fans can watch the official debut of the new VALORANT squad in action when they debut at the 2021 VALORANT Champions Tour starting this week.
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