VALORANT: forZe pull plug on Valorant division, part ways with roster


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Russian organization forZe announced Tuesday they have left Valorant for an indefinite period of time and parted ways with the remaining members of their roster.

The decision to do so comes after forZe players Nikita “Coffee” Antsypirovich, Nikolai “zeddy” Lapko and Denis “hugeon” Vasiliev were bought out last month by One Breath Gaming.

Vyacheslav “Art1st” Lyadnov, Dmitry “SUYGETSU” Ilyushin and coach Vladimir “Jil” Yasevich are now considered free agents.

forZe still are active in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and FIFA.

–Field Level Media


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