Top Player Transfers of the Week: November 9 – November 15
Welcome to the third edition of Run it Back’s Top Player Transfers of the Week! Make sure to check out last week’s installment to stay updated! Here are the top Valorant player transfers for the week of November 9th – November 15th.
The global esports organization known for teams in PUBG, Hearthstone, Rainbow Six Siege and more signed their first Valorant roster on November 10th. Among the players is Timothy “frostyZK” Ly, who played for Moon Raccoons. They most recently qualified for First Strike North America’s UMG main qualifier, where they will be playing for a spot at the main event. The final qualifier kicks off on November 19.
MMG is now up to four players after signing Kyle “ScrewFace” Jensen and Nate “payen” Lopez. Payen most recently played for Built By Gamers (BBG) before leaving to join MMG. The team was just eliminated from the UMG Tournament Qualifier by Pittsburgh Knights.
Jack “xCeeD” Holiman had been on trial for NRG since October 26th. On November 11th, NRG announced that they would sign Loic “effys” Sauvageau on trial as xCeeD went to Noble instead. Effys is a retired CS:GO pro who played Valorant for Gen.G Esports being going inactive and being signed on trial for NRG.
The Japanese Valorant team Absolute JUPITER, announced on November 13 the signing of gya9 as an analyst. He should help the team better read opponents’ strategies and play accordingly. Though, up until now, Absolute JUPITER was doing perfectly fine on the Asian Valorant scene.
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