From competing under ROYALS to taking on G2 Esports at the Ignition Series LVL VALORANT Clash 2, Jack “kpiz” Pragnell has already come a long way since switching from CS:GO to VALORANT. Since joining Rix.GG – a brand new UK-based esports organisation, Kpiz’s team have competed in a mix of tier one and tier two tournaments.
Now, the organisation that picked up ROYALS will be putting on their own Rix.GG Cup, featuring some of the best tier-two EU VALORANT teams as they battle it out in a 64-team double elimination competition.
Kpiz says Purple Cobras are one of the teams he’s most excited to play and one that fans should keep a look out for as a serious contender to win the entire tournament.
Plus, the Rix captain also reveals what it’s been like to compete against the best of the best in Europe and why there was a big lesson to be learned from losing to G2.
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