Victor “Food” Wong has actually signed with T1 to be the 4th starting member of their upcoming VALORANT pro group, signing up with Braxton “Brax” Pierce, Keven “AZK” Larivière and Austin “crashies” Roberts in the lineup.

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” It feels excellent [to sign up with T1],” Food informed ESPN in a special interview about his finalizing. “Obviously T1 is a big name in League of Legends, so I’m absolutely delighted to be a part of them.”

Food comes from the world of expert Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, where he most recently used organization-less team Swole Patrol. 2 of his teammates on Swole Patrol, Ryan “freakazoid” Abadir and Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro, have also revealed their retirement from Counter-Strike in the previous week to go professional in VALORANT’s upcoming esports scene.

Although the 23-year-old American wasn’t thinking of leaving Counter-Strike behind, only playing VALORANT to see if he enjoyed it, his state of mind modification once the famous T1 organization connected to see if he ‘d be interested in possibly joining their roster. Food and Brax played together on the exact same Swole Patrol team in early 2019, the pair contending in an Intel Extreme Masters qualifier for an event in Sydney, Australia.

T1 is only one of a slew of top esports organizations considering VALORANT as the next big esport. Competitors Gen.G, Sentinels, Cloud9 and NRG Esports are presently building lineups to compete in the North American area as the video game moves towards its official release this summertime.

” Hopefully the fans I have from CS: GO don’t leave me,” Food said. “Ideally they’ll still support me in VALORANT, and clearly all the brand-new fans that’ll be can be found in, I hope you support me also.”