North American esports organization Team Envy has welcomed Victor “food” Wong and “Austin “crashies” Roberts into its Valorant roster.
Both food and crashes were previously part of T1’s Valorant squad, though they were dropped from the team due to subpar tournament performances. As these two ex-CS:GO pros have been given another opportunity by Team Envy, both players are excited to show what they’re truly capable of.
Team Envy has also decided to move Adam “aKis” Kisseberth and Abdo “c4Lypso” Agha to its reserve roster. AKis and c4Lypso were signed by Team Envy back in early July when the organization signed by former CS:GO pro stack ‘together we are terrific.’
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Meanwhile, food and crashies’ former team, T1 has yet to pick up replacement players. T1’s Valorant roster only has two active members at present, Braxton “brax” Pierce and Keven “AZK” Larivière, along with coach Daniel “fRoD”Montaner. Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham, likewise, hasn’t announced his return to T1’s active roster.
Because of the history between the players on Team Envy and T1, a match between the two teams should prove exciting. However, fans may have to wait a while, as no new Valorant competitions have been announced for North America since the Pop Flash event.