It’s no secret that European VALORANT lacks the big-name organizations that have been so readily investing in North America, and fans have been clamoring for more from organizations like Fnatic and Team Vitality. Yesterday, the owner of the latter confirmed on a Twitch stream that the organization was planning to enter the scene and had already signed a player and a coach. Today, neLendirekt reported those signings as being Bayram “Bramz” Ben Redjeb and coach Andrey “fragon” Katz.
bramz, a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, has been around in the VALORANT scene, previously playing for Opportunists, now DfuseTeam. Most recently, he’s played with FeaFeaFea, a French mix formed from previous Ninjas in Pyjamas players. Primarily using Jett, he’s put up 236 ACS and 1.24 KD over his recorded matches.
fragon, a former Overwatch Contenders coach for Triumph, is best known in VALORANT for his former trial role as coach for FunPlus Phoenix. He helped the team to a second place finish, and their closest final match ever, at the BLAST Valorant Twitch Invitational.
It’s great to see new organizations enter the scene, especially ones with the stature of Team Vitality. Who do you think should round up the lineup? Let us know below!
The reported Team Vitality roster is:
Bayram “bramz” Ben Redjeb
Andrey “fragon” Katz (Coach)