Team Vitality’s Valorant roster for the upcoming VCT season has been announced. The roster released by the French esports franchise features both new and old faces, with former 2021 champion Santeri “BONECOLD” Sassi leading the team.
In Natus Vincere’s round 1 fixture at the 2022 Rio Major Legends Stage against Team Vitality, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev surpassed the 2,000 kills mark at Majors.
Mathieu “ZywOo” Herbaut from Team Vitality has officially surpassed the record for the most kills executed in one CS:GO series.
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.
Team Vitality, the French esports organization, have established a partnership with Kingston FURY, a tech brand that manufactures PC hardware.
Team Vitality defeated GodLike Esports 4-2 on Sunday to win COD Mobile India Challenge Multiplayer Season 2.
Team Vitality made changes to their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster on Tuesday as they parted ways with Kevin “misutaaa” Rabier.
Team Vitality are reportedly looking at changing up their Counter Strike: Global Offensive roster, with Logan “Spinx” Giladi linked.
The 2022 BLAST Premier Spring Final has been played to a conclusion, and Natus Vincere have been declared winners.
Team Vitality has secured a partnership with Garnier Fructis. The two-year partnership will see the cosmetics company becoming the official haircare supplier of the franchise.