Andbox Picks Up Seb as Third Player
Andbox’s Valorant team is now up to three players as they just picked up Sebastian “seb” Bucki. The announcement came earlier today via their official Twitter account.
Andbox is a New York City-based esports organization, most well-known for managing the Overwatch League team New York Excelsior. In addition to that, they also manage the New York Subliners in the Call of Duty League.
Seb is a former professional Counter-Strike and CS:GO player. He most recently played for the orgless team Swole Identity, after Team Singularity released their NA roster.
Andbox announced they were forming a Valorant team on September 17th. They picked up Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor and Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker as their starting players. Both have solid experience on several North American CS:GO teams and both played under Complexity Gaming at one point in their careers. They also picked up Matt “Warden” Dickens as their coach who was most recently the coach and manager for Complexity Gaming. Interestingly, they also acquired Gordan “g0g1” Prošić as an assistant coach for the team. G0g1 was a professional Dota 2 player for Tempo Esports before switching over to Valorant.
The team has only played in one tournament so far, Nerd Street Gamers – Monthly September. They placed 12th after being eliminated by Renegades. In that tournament, they used Adam “aKis” Kisseberth, Jake “Poach” Brumleve and Sebastian “seb” Bucki. Perhaps they will also pick up aKis and Poach like they did with seb but only time will tell. The roster is only two players away from being complete.
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