North American organization Team Envy is now set to compete in Riot Games’ flourishing Valorant esports scene by acquiring North American stack ‘together we are terrific’ as its first official Valorant roster.
The new Envy Valorant squad consists of Pujan “FNS” Mehat, Abdo “c4Lypso” Agha, Adam “aKis” Kisseberth, Jake “kaboose” McDonald, and Anthony “mummAy” DiPaolo.
All members of Envy’s roster made the switch from CS:GO to Valorant. FNS is the highest-profile player in the group, as he had previously competed for Team SoloMid, Counter Logic Gaming, and Cloud9.
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Envy’s roster has competed together since Valorant’s beta phase, and has earned wins over TSM, Cloud9, 100 Thieves, and Immortals. The team most recently finished as runner-ups in the Gamers for Equality charity tournament that was hosted by 100 Thieves.
Valorant’s North American esports scene looks to be the most competitive compared to other regions in the world, as G2 Esports has already dominated Europe.
With TSM, 100 Thieves, FaZe Clan, Cloud9, Gen.G Esports, Sentinels, Immortals, and T1 competing in the North American region, Valorant fans can look forward to some action-packed Ignition Series competitions soon.
Team Envy’s Valorant roster
- Pujan ‘FNS’ Mehta
- Abdo ‘c4Lypso’ Agha
- Adam ‘aKis’ Kisseberth
- Jake ‘kaboose’ McDonald
- Anthony ‘mummAy’ DiPaolo
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