The full lineup consists of Karel “Twisten” Ašenbrener, Romain “VlaDéDé” Mieudonnet, Damien “HyP” Souville, Tom “APO” Bonnion, and Timo “Taimou” Kettunen, with Tommaso “JoYnt” Gavioli becoming their coach. Twisten comes from eSuba, who he starred with over First Strike. VlaDéDé, HyP, and APO will be best known from their time on Purple Cobras, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and L’institut respectively. Taimou has not yet represented an organization in VALORANT, but comes over from Overwatch where he was a hitscan player for Envy (then Team EnVyUs) and the Dallas Fuel. Lastly, JoYnt previously coached Italian orgless team Pingu Gang.
The big star of the lineup should be Twisten. He put up beastly numbers on eSuba, some of the best in Europe, and has been tipped as an absolute star in the future. While it’s been some time since we’ve seen the other members of the team in action, making it difficult to predict other spots, it’s likely VlaDéDé will play the smokes role and APO will take sentinels. HyP played a wide variety of agents on NiP, and Taimou functioned as an Operator player earlier in VALORANT but took Cypher during his last recorded games, the First Strike qualifiers.
Entropiq have signed a solid lineup that will look to improve over time. Twisten’s skill sets them up for the present and future, while they have an experienced supportive cast. We’ll find out exactly where this team places as the VALORANT Champions Tour kicks off in Europe on February 4th.
Entropiq’s new roster is:
Karel “Twisten” Ašenbrener
Romain “VlaDéDé” Mieudonnet
Damien “HyP” Souville
Tom “APO” Bonnion
Timo “Taimou” Kettunen
Tommaso “JoYnt” Gavioli (Coach)