G2 Esports Sign ‘Valorant’ Pro Ardiis After He Is Cleared Of Cheating
G2 Esports has revealed the finalizing of Ardis “Ardiis” Svarenieks to its Valorant roster, just days after the player was discovered not guilty of unfaithful by an examination by Riot Games.
Ardiis becomes the fourth member of the G2 Esports Valorant roster, joining group captain Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas Colocho, Patryk “paTiTek” Fabrowski and Jacob “pyth” Mourujärvi. The fifth member of the lineup is yet to be revealed.
While he may not be as big of a name as the other gamers on the lineup, his ability is indisputable. Already he has won multiple competitors such as the Solary Cup, Take The Throne and the most significant occasion in Valorant history, Twitch Competitors: Valorant Release Face-off – Europe No. 1.
Formerly Ardiis used Fish123, who were classified by many as the very best team in Europe throughout the Valorant closed beta. Nevertheless, once the deal from G2 came in he chose to leave Fish123 in order to sign with one of the biggest companies on the planet.
” I’m excited to sign up with the biggest org in the world and intend to end up being the very best team on the planet with the very best players around me to assist me succeed,” said Ardiis. “My goals for the team is to become the best worldwide and anything less would be a failure.”
When it comes to controversial players Ardiis is certainly up there when it comes to the world of Valorant, as he was accused of cheating and examining match-fixing. The claims suggested Ardiis had cheated in CS: GO, had checked out custom cheats for Valorant, and that he had talked to other players about prospective match-fixing. However, an investigation from Riot Games found these claims to be incorrect which Ardiis had none absolutely nothing incorrect.
While lots of companies have actually looked to sign complete groups of five gamers who have experience playing together, G2 has gone a various path and are building a roster around a few of the strongest players in Europe. This is all possible since G2 CEO Carlos ‘ocelote’ Rodriguez is investing heavily in Valorant, and wants to be the best in the world.
” G2 will dominate Valorant worldwide, in and out of the video game,” said Rodriguez. “Every video game we’ve picked to be a part of we have actually won and amused at, and Valorant will be no various. We have one of the, if not the strongest core of Valorant gamers worldwide and we can’t wait to begin completing.”
Even without a totally total roster at this moment there is no doubt that G2’s team looks incredibly strong on paper, and they must end up being a powerful force in the European scene over the coming months.