G2 adds pyth to its Valorant roster in hilarious reveal video
G2 Esports has officially added Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi to its Valorant roster. The former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro has announced his transition to Valorant in May via TwitLonger. Pyth will be joining his new teammates, Patryk “Patitek” Fabrowski and Oscar “Mixwell” Cañellas Colocho at G2 Esports.
G2’s Twitter is known for top quality banter, even making fun of their own teams after losses. Needless to say, G2 took it to the next level when they made a short clip announcing the signing of pyth to their Valorant roster. Here is the clip below:
The clip links the two previously signed players in their respective countries, before revealing a player from Sweden. Once located, an unexpected triangle forms and before we know it, we are struck with an Illuminati sign and the theme song from the X Files, before the reveal of pyth.
The 26-year-old Swede already has some notable achievements in Valorant. Most notably, pyth won G2 Esports European Brawl during the Beta, but also found success on Team Mixwell at Twitch Rivals VALORANT Launch Showdown- Europe #1 against Team ONSCREEN. Apart from those two major victories, he participated in other quality events such as Take The Throne, which till this day runs once per week.
G2 Esports Valorant roster still needs two more players and a coach. As of now, it is unknown who will fill the remaining two slots on the roster. However, we can safely say that the G2 roster is shaping up solidly. Taking into account the organization’s teams in other esport entries, such as CSGO or League of Legends, the team’s Valorant roster is shaping up to be a major contender in the European (EU) region.
With pyth hopping on board, the G2 Esports Valorant team has:
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