The Valorant esports scene has grown since the launch of the title and continues to do so.
The Spanish football club, Real Betis recently announced it signed a Spanish team that aims to compete in Spanish Valorant Leagues.
This is not the first time Real Betis has entered esports, as they have the brand Cream Real Betis, the official Real Batis esports account connected with titles like Clash Royale and League of Legends.
Real Betis Join Valorant
#BTSVAL | Es hora de presentar a nuestro equipo de Valorant. Nos hacemos con el roster de @t28val de cara a las #GenesisCups de @LVPesVALORANT.¡Bienvenidos!- @Bromas- @ivo_kk- @varesbrk- @XeoNBTY- @PoPiFresH_#TEQUIEROBETISpic.twitter.com/tO0BOHaWHT
— Cream Real Betis (@CreamRealBetis)
Real Betis enters Valorant with the pure aim of competing in the new LVP Valorant League. They are one of the eight founding teams of the event, alongside the likes of known brands like Team Heretics and Giants Gaming.
Cream Real Betis enters the Valorant with a team of mixed competitive experience.
The likes of Ivo "Linepro" Kolev, Mario "PoPiFresH" González, and Jose “Bromas” Ramos come from Overwatch.
All three players have experience competing in the Overwatch World Cup on the Spanish National team in different years, with PoPiFresh competing in the Overwatch Contenders in 2018.
The likes of Carles “XeoN” Garcia has a minor amount of competitive experience playing on a PUBG team called So Fresh So Clean. On the other hand, Luis “VARES” Olivares has some experience playing on Team Queso, a Spanish national CS:GO roster.
Regardless of esport experience, this side is getting a big shot at competing in the LVP Spanish League and growing from there.