KOI Esports has announced the acquisition of Patryk “starxo” Kopczyński. This move marks the completion of KOI’s Valorant roster, which now consists of five talented players ready to compete in the upcoming VCT 2023 season.
Today, Acend formally announced that it has ended its partnership with Patryk “starxo” Kopczyński, a professional Valorant player from Poland who had been with the franchise for nearly two years.
Recent reports suggest that Mehmet Yağız “cNed” İpek, Acend’s star Valorant player, is currently in talks to join Team Vitality in preparation for the VCT 2023 campaign.
Acend, an European esports organization, recently made the announcement that it will be partnering with Shikenso Analytics, a company that…
After sending in an application and waiting for a decision regarding the Halo Championship Series partnership program, Acend have finally gotten a response. Unfortunately, it is not one the team hoped for.
Brandon “Respectful” Stones will begin with Acend this week after being removed from Natus Vincere and then finishing second in last week’s tournament with his new team.
Acend has resorted to releasing Shady “Shaady” Zer in a shocking turn of events following its 7-8th placing at the 2022 Halo Championship Series: Kansas City Major. But the decision was made due to the more recent activity, the devastating loss to Online Warriors.
Bleed eSports founder Mervyn Goh reportedly offered Valorant star Mehmet Yağız “cNed” İpek US$1 million to join his team.
ESB’s free Valorant betting prediction for Saturday, December 11, focuses on VALORANT Champions 2021 semi-final between Acend and Team Liquid.