Spanish esports organization Team Heretics has now completed their five-man Valorant line-up after signing Felix “al0rante” Brandl from Germany, the company said yesterday.
Team Heretics’ Announcement
Team Heretics announced on their official Twitter account their acquisition of al0rante, who last played for an unsponsored team called Volvo Peek who won the Rix.GG Valorant Open March last April.
Major Roster Change
But the move to sign al0rante was not the only move Heretics did after they failed to qualify for the Valorant Masters VCT Reykjavik last month in Iceland. Heretics traded Auni “AvovA” Chahade and Zygimantas “nukkye” Chmieliauskas to G2 Esports in exchange of Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks and Patryk “paTiTek” Fabrowksi.
They also moved Melih “pAura” Karaduran to Blaze Esports and made Ruben “RUBINO” Villaroel a bench player.
Team Heretics’ New Line-Up
Now with al0rante’s arrival in the team, Heretics’ line-up will now be comprised of al0rante, ardiis, paTiTek, Christian “lowel” Garcia who is the only one remaining from the original line-up, and another acquisition in the form of Ondrej “MONSTEERR” Petru from LDN UTD.
They will also play under the coaching prowess of Ivan “Johnta” Shevstov who was a former player for FunPlus Phoenix. He replaced Tanishq “Tanizhq” Sabharwal last May.
With their new line-up, Team Heretics looks forward to qualifying for the Valorant Masters VCT in Berlin, where their possible victory could be their ticket to the Valorant Champions event at the end of this year.
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