❘ Revealed: 2022-11-11T15:56:32
❘ Up to date: 2022-11-11T15:56:42
Crew Liquid have unveiled their Valorant roster for the 2023 season with the previous Gambit Esports duo of Igor ‘Redgar’ Vlasov and Ayaz ‘nAts’ Akhmetshin becoming a member of alongside ex-Guild Esports sniper Saif ‘Sayf’ Jibraeel.
The trio of signings brings Crew Liquid’s roster to 6 gamers after the North American group introduced on November 11 the departures of Adil ‘ScreaM’ Benrlitom and Nabil ‘Nivera’ Benrlitom, who’ve been linked with Karmine Corp.
Redgar and nAts have been two of the standout gamers for Gambit Esports in 2021. Redgar will presumably take over IGL duties, serving to to repair one of many squad’s largest weaknesses. In 2022, ScreaM and Elias ‘Jamppi’ Olkkonen referred to as methods at totally different occasions.
Sayf burst onto the worldwide scene in 2022 with Guild Esports as a highly-touted sniper. It stays to be seen whether or not his arrival will see Jamppi change his position within the sport.
Crew Liquid bolster its Valorant roster
Crew Liquid had a comparatively profitable 2022 season. The squad certified for 2 worldwide occasions, VCT Stage 1 Masters in Iceland and Valorant Champions 2022. In each tournaments, the group positioned prime eight.
nAts and Redgar each missed out on worldwide play in 2022 however had a profitable 2021 season with Gambit, who gained VCT Stage 2 Masters Berlin and got here second at Valorant Champions 2021.
nAts was probably the greatest gamers on the planet in 2021
Sayf could not have the worldwide accolades of his friends, however he acquitted himself nicely at VCT Stage 2 Masters Copenhagen. Very like his Guild teammate Leo ‘Leo’ Jannesson, who has signed with Fnatic, Sayf displayed the potential to turn into a prime participant in his place.
Followers will be capable to see the brand new Crew Liquid squad in motion on the Purple Bull Dwelling Floor match beginning on December 9.
Crew Liquid’s Valorant roster is now:
- Igor ‘Redgar’ Vlasov
- Ayaz ‘nAts’ Akhmetshin
- Elias ‘Jamppi’ Olkkonen
- Saif ‘Sayf’ Jibraeel
- Dom ‘soulcas’ Sulcas
- Dmitriy ‘dimasick’ Matvienko
- Emil ‘eMIL’ Sandgren (coach)
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