Top Player Transfers of the Week: March 8 – March 14
Welcome to the eighteenth edition of Run it Back’s Top Valorant Player Transfers of the Week! Now that you had your fill of VCT, let’s see some new additions and departures from the game’s top teams. Make sure to check out our last installment to stay updated! Here are the top Valorant player transfers for the week of March 8 – March 14.
Excel Esports made their way into Valorant this week with David “Davidp” Prins as their first player. He was just released from his G2 contract last week so it’s good to see him on a new team this quickly.
The CIS team forZe signed Vladimir “Jil” Yasevich as their new coach after Vladimir “PNUKH” Chervov left in early January.
Romain “VlaDéDé” Mieudonnet is out of Entropiq, leaving the team with only four players on the roster.
Sentinels dropped Jay “sinatraa” Won after controversy surrounding him and acquired Tyson “TenZ” Ngo on loan from Cloud9 Blue.
Alliance signed Alexandre “xms” Forté from Team Finest on a 3 month trial. If completed successfully, he will join the team full-time.
The team that previous played under RYE left the organization and became Acend. Same players, different name.
After less than a month with the org, Mathias “SEIDER” Seider left Wave Esports.
FaZe Clan now have a new coach, Thomas “Trippy” Schappy. Their previous coach, Salah “Salah” Barakat, left FaZe and now coached the orgless team “honk”.
The Spanish team is now down to three players after Sammy “iDex” Van de Weghe and Mario “PoPiFresH” González left.
Ninjas in Pyjamas signed Thibaut “menegh” Brognard as the team’s new analyst. Menegh was previously a coach for HypHypHyp.
After being on trial, Kaitlin “Keiti” Boop joined Cloud9 White, which is now up to six players.
Moon Raccoons is back from the dead with an all-new female team named Moon Raccoons Black!
CLG Red have joined Valorant with long-time player Benita “bENITA” Novshadian as their first player.
Youssef “sSef” Daghache, one of the team’s founding members, left the team this week.
After being benched from Dignitas since January 25, Phat “supamen” Le has finally been released from his contract.
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