Top Player Transfers of the Week: February 15 – February 21
Welcome to the fifteenth edition of Run it Back’s Top Valorant Player Transfers of the Week! This week was just as full of exciting moves as last week! Make sure to check out our last installment to stay updated! Here are the top Valorant player transfers for the week of February 15 – February 21.
Jung “RyZzi” Gi-jin, who was last seen playing for DAMWON Gaming at VCT Korea, left the roster and joined TNL Esports.
OG Gaming hopped over to Valorant and picked up the roster of Monkey business, which was also the name of their old DOTA 2 team.
Despite signing their roster last month, CGN ESports already disbanded over differences between the players and the org.
It seems Complexity Gaming is looking to make some changes after disappointing results at VCT NA. To do that, they released Mike “sharky” Gariti and David “Xp3” Garrido from their roster.
The Japanese don’t mess around. When one coach isn’t enough, and three is too high, sign two! Young-bin “Twinkl” Lim and Yusuke “mun” Ota will split coaching duties for the Japanese Valorant roster.
Adolfo “Fit1nho” Gallego, who you might recognize from Giants Gaming, is once more a free agent.
After disbanding their previous roster in January, MiTH have picked up the roster of NG.Blue to reform their team.
The New York-based organization signed Chris “Rebo” Heindel of Moon Raccoons fame while losing Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor to NRG.
The Big Frames roster is slightly smaller with the departure of GianFranco “koalanoob” Potestio.
Less than a month after announcing their new roster, Elevate is down to four players as Rahmin “ShoukR” Shoukoohi stepped down. According to him, things on the roster were “getting stagnant.”
The Japanese roster of BlackBird Ignis signed Ambox as the team’s analyst.
Eight days after their signing, Ghost Gaming have already released Addison “zecK” Gorzeck and Grant “Bankroft” Bankroft. In their place, they brought in Maxim “wippie” Shepelev and later signed Adam “kaplan” Kaplan as their coach.
To make up for Ronald “ronaldo” Mach’s absence, PK have signed Jacob “FugLy” Medina.
LAG Gaming are up to six players now after they signed Phantom and RoBeeee.
Futbolist saw some roster changes this week. With the addition of Doğukan “qRaxs” Balaban, Salih “marqnue” Onaran is now the team’s coach.
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