Sentinels rounded out their roster for the start of Valorant esports, signing Michael “dapr” Gulino on Monday.

The team made the announcement on Twitter, composing, “Introducing with a full team. Introducing: @daprcs.”

dapr, a 21-year-old from the United States, previously was a rifler in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, most just recently for Bad New Bears. He previously competed for Team Singularity, Swole Patrol and eUnited, to name a few teams.

He rounds out a roster that includes Jay “Sinatraa” Won, Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan, Hunter “SicK” Mims and Jared “Zombs” Gitlin.

Sinatraa was selected the 2019 Overwatch League’s A lot of Prized possession Player after leading the San Francisco Shock to the championship. The 20-year-old from Coastline, Wash., had been with the Shock considering that September 2017 after a stretch with Generous Video gaming.

Zombs, 21, formerly played for Guards’ Pinnacle Legends team.

ShahZaM, 26, was a CS: GO gamer for OpTic Gaming, Echo Fox, Team SoloMid and Complexity Gaming, amongst other groups.

SicK, 21, completed in CS: GO pro for SoloMid, Rogue, Complexity and Chaos Esports Club.

Valorant, Riot Games’ new first-person shooter title that had been in closed beta since April 7, will be released formally on Tuesday.