Top Player Transfers of the Week: June 20 – June 27
Welcome to our thirty-third edition of Valorant Top Player Transfers of the Week! The transfers never stop so we’ll never stop rounding them up! Before you read this transfers article, make sure to check out our last installment to stay updated! Here are the top Valorant player transfers for the week of June 20 – June 27.
The Turkish organization bolstered their roster this week by signing Gökay “tecoNe” Noğayer and Ertuğrul “W4siLi” Pala.
T1’s newbie team lost Lee “ANS” Seon-chang this week as he returned to Overwatch to play for the SF Shock. To make matters worse, Anthony “dawn” Hagopian was promoted to the main team.
After being on trial for ten days, GianFranco “koalanoob” Potestio permanently joined the Ghost Gaming roster.
The Australian boys lost Dale “signed” Tang to Wildcard Gaming and signed Elvin “Maple” Sun in his place.
After undergoing quite the roster shuffle earlier this month, G2 rounded out their roster once more by signing Cista “keloqz” Wassim and benching Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi.
The UK team rounded out their roster this week with the inclusion of Mikołaj “Mickebwoy” Chojnacki.
Much like their academy team, the main T1 roster underwent some changes as well. In addition to signing dawn, they parted ways with Sam “DaZeD” Marine and brought back Braxton “brax” Pierce from TSM. To keep the roster at five, they also benched Ha “Spyder” Jung-woo.
After being gone for two weeks, William “draken” Sundin rejoined the Guild Esports roster.
Hiroto “rion” Tateno and Jyousuke “zepher” Matsuda both transitioned to being streamers for the Japanese organization. To fill up the spots, Crazy Raccoon signed Park “Bazzi” Jun-ki, Teppei “ade” Kuno, Hideki “Fisker” Sasaki, and Daiki “Minty” Kato from other well-known Japanese teams.
After losing Damian “daps” Steele to retirement, NRG signed Matthew “Wedid” Suchan from XSET’s roster.
With Fisker and Minty going over to Crazy Raccoon and Shiode “HoT_Chocol4tE” Akito joining SCARZ, FAV Gaming only had two players left. Of those two, Tenta “ten” Asai followed suit and left the team, leaving Hisao “SylFy” Yone all alone.
The all-female team parted ways with Julie “Bouchard” Bouchard for undisclosed reasons and brought in Serenity “Snowwi” Vang in her place.
Since we’re talking about girls, TSM Female benched Zoe “Zoessie” Servais and left the roster with only four players.
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