NRG adds Ethan to the VALORANT roster while ANDROID is relegated to the bench

NRG adds Ethan to the VALORANT roster while ANDROID is relegated to the bench

Tech Highlights:

  • Both Ethan and NRG reached the main event of NA Challengers Stage One while Ethan was competing with 100T, but both teams fell far short of reaching playoffs with 1–4 records each. Afterwards, 100T hit the reset button, rebuilding their roster around duelist (now flex) Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk. Prior to switching to VALORANT, Ethan had a lengthy career in CS:GO and played for NRG from the beginning of 2018 until the end of 2019 when the roster was acquired by Evil Geniuses. With NRG, Ethan hoisted a handful of trophies and reached the semifinals of the StarLadder Berlin Major in the team’s last event.

  • NRG Esports has recruited Ethan Arnold to their roster ahead of the North American VALORANT Champions Tour Challengers Two open qualifiers, marking his return to the organisation after two and a half years. Ethan, who joined Daniel “eeiu” Vucenovic, Sam “s0m” Oh, Ian “tex” Botsch, and James “hazed” Cobb on the NA VALORANT transfer market after the most recent 100 Thieves rebuild, will compete in the second stage alongside Daniel “eeiu” Vucenovic, Sam “s0m” Oh, Ian “tex” Botsch, and James “hazed” Cobb. Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor has been moved to the bench as a result of the signing.

ANDROID said on Twitter he was “pretty devastated” about being benched, but will be using the time to reset his mental and return to the scene soon. Due to their 1–4 record in Stage One, NRG will have to play through open qualifiers to reach Stage Two. The first qualifier is set to begin April 28, and will decide the first four teams to join OpTic, The Guard, Cloud9, and XSET in the Stage Two main event.

 

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