The organization has actually signed Victor “Food” Wong, a former CS: GO gamer, who most just recently played for Swole Patrol, T1 revealed via Twitter. He formerly represented eUnited and Team Singularity in CS: GO.

Food played with Swole Patrol for a combined 3 months this year, with his two stints being separated by a one-month run with eUnited, with whom Food ended up top eight at ESL One New York City and the 10th season of the ESL Pro League.

Currently on T1’s VALORANT lineup is previous CS: GO gamers Keven “AZK” Larivière, Austin “Crashies” Roberts, and Braxton “Brax” Pierce, Food’s previous Swole Patrol colleague. The team will be coached by Daniel “fRoD” Montaner, who coached Lazarus Esports and Swole Patrol before transferring to VALORANT.

Food and his T1 colleagues are not the only ones making the switch to VALORANT. Swole Patrol captain Ryan “Freakazoid” Abadir tweeted the other day he was retiring from CS: GO to play VALORANT. He had actually frequently discussed Swole Patrol’s unsponsored status and stated it would be difficult to keep the roster together without an organization signing them.