Europe still has a number of impressively talented VALORANT rosters with no organizations to represent, with the likes of FNATIC, Rogue, and others yet to enter the competitive scene. Orgless are definitely within the options in the market when these names come looking. However, their roster just lost a member, namely, Niki “delezyh” Sutinen as he announced his departure from the team.
The Finnish VALORANT player attributed him parting ways with the team due to mainly not feeling comfortable with his current role at Orgless and wanting to try out something new. delezyh came into VALORANT from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, having played professionally for a few years. During that time, he managed to get 2nd place in both King of Nordic Season 12 and Insomnia XX.
Since his transition into VALORANT, he finished 3rd in the Rix.GG Cup and 2nd in the GLX Elite Series Main Event. The team fought their way valiantly to reach the First Strike Europe Regional Final before exiting the tournament in the Quarter Finals by the hands of G2 Esports.
delezyh has a 1.04 K/D ratio, with 0.65 KPR and 133.1 ADR. Not only that, he averages 192 ACS playing Sova, Raze, and Breach, registering 16, 9, and 4 competitive matches on each of those agents respectively.
The remaining Orgless players are:
Daniil “pipson” Meshcheryakov
Vincent “Happy” Cervoni
Ričardas “Boo” Lukaševičius
Aaro “hoody” Peltokangas