Ex-Moon Raccoons Pr0phie joins Spacestation Gaming | VALORANT NEWS

After leaving Moon Raccoons at the end of December, Magno  “Pr0phie” Ramos has officially joined Spacestation Gaming.

Pr0phie comes from PLAYERUNKOWN’s Battlegrounds, where he made a name for himself as one of the most recognizable western players through his time on teams such as Ghost Gaming, Cloud9, and Susquehanna Soniqs. He won the PGL-PUBG Spring and Fall Invitationals in 2018, took home two second-place National PUBG League finishes in 2019 as well as a 9th-place finish at the PUBG Global Championship, and in 2020, before switching to VALORANT, he grabbed back-to-back third place finishes in early stages of the online PUBG Continental Series.

Upon making the switch, Pr0phie initially formed a squad called Genesis that began proving their worth in lower levels of the North America scene, and was eventually chosen to replace Shawn “Shawn” O’Riley on Moon Raccoons. Pr0phie helped the team establish their position after their breakout performance at the Renegades x NSG VALORANT Invitational, taking second at the Nerd Street Gamers – Monthly October and qualifying for the First Strike North America – UMG Closed Qualifier. Primarily playing Sova for the team, he’s posted 225 ACS and 1.08 KD over his VALORANT career.

Pr0phie now joins Spacestation to replace the outgoing Sova and IGL Adam “kaplan” Kaplan. He’ll certainly bring more firepower than kaplan did, but the leadership and shotcalling aspect is what might prove more difficult for Spacestation to solve. Pr0phie has already played a few games with the team, helping them qualify for the NSG x Complexity Invitational. He’ll make his official debut at the main event this weekend.

Spacestation Gaming are now:

Youssef “sSef” Daghache
Daniel “roca” Gustaferri
Jordan “insky” Gonzalez
Kelden “Boostio” Pupello
Magno “Pr0phie” Ramos

Tristan “Ranger” Pehrson (Coach)

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