Team Vitality has entered the realm of competitive Valorant by announcing their complete roster.
The French esports organisation, who have teams in League of Legends, CS:GO, Rainbow Six Siege and more, will compete in the upcoming Valorant Champions Tour with a roster of rising talent.
The roster features Lukas "Feqew" Petrauskas, Ben Redjeb "Bramz" Bayram, Ouali "M4china" Manset, Vakaris "Vakk" Bebravicius, and Jokūbas "ceNder" Labutis.
Andrey "Fragon" Katz, who was previously the coach for the FunPlus Phoenix and team captain for Team Isreal in Overwatch, will be coach for Team Vitality’s Valorant squad.
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Fabien “Neo” Devide, president and co-founder of Team Vitality, said: “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.”
The team will make their debut at the Valorant 2021 Champions Tour, which starts next week.
This follows UK esport organisation Fnatic announcing their Valorant roster, with Riot’s first-person shooter looking to make its big competitive splash in 2021.