Hot on the heels of Fnatic’s arrival to Valorant, French organization Team Vitality has picked up the roster of former Valorant team FrenzyGoKill (FGK) to participate in Riot Games’ first person shooter.
FrenzyGoKill showcased a stellar performance in the Red Bull Home Ground by securing the only qualifier spot for the tournament. The team skyrocketed right up to the main event to be defeated only by the reigning champions, G2 Esports, and that too, quite narrowly. FGK snatched an impressive 17 out of 43 rounds from the hands of G2 in the Bo3 quarterfinals.
While Fnatic picked the SUMN FC’s Valorant roster, Team Vitality picked the FrenzyGoKill folks to piggyback on the exploding European Valorant competitive scene. The new Vitality roster will be competing for the first time in the open qualifiers of the Valorant Champions Tour 2021.
Fabien “Neo” Devide, the President & Co-Founder of Team Vitality, issued a statement saying, “VALORANT has been a top priority for us at Team Vitality… having already showcased we have the ability to cement a legacy in an FPS title, we are really excited to get started… the potential of this roster is sky high and we look forward to going head-to-head with the best and proving why Team Vitality is a hive for growth and success.”
Team Vitality has had a solid presence in esports being present in 10 different games divisions. Valorant is the 11th esports title it will have a presence in. Apart from Valorant, Team Vitality has had divisions in the following games:
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- League of Legends
- PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
- Rainbow Six: Siege
- Rocket League
- Street Fighter V
According to ESL, Team Vitality is currently ranked No. 2 in the CS:GO world rankings and that is only a small part of its long-standing achievement in esports. Its AWPer, ZywOo, was recently picked the Best CS:GO Player of 2020. With no shortage of talent and a capable team supporting them, Team Vitality’s roster is definitely a force to reckon with.
Current Team Vitality Valorant roster:
Lukas “Feqew” Petrauskas
Ben Redjeb “Bramz” Bayram
Ouali “M4china” Manset
Vakaris “Vakk” Bebravicius
Jokūbas “ceNder” Labutis