Top Player Transfers of the Week: November 2 – November 8

Top Player Transfers of the Week: November 2 – November 8

Welcome to the second edition of Run it Back’s Top Player Transfers of the Week! This week’s list is not as long as last week’s list, but there are still some big names here! Here are the top Valorant player transfers for the week of November 2nd – November 8th.

T1 Korea Swap Two for Two

T1’s Korean squad said goodbye to Kwak “FrosteN” Joon-hwan Kim Min-soo and Kim “Sunday” Min-soo and brought in Kim “Harry” Han-kyu and Ye “Anaks” Sang-jun. While there was no official reason for the move, the official tweet said “It’s time to rebuild our strength.”

Absolute JUPITER Get a Second Coach

Hibiki “XQQ” Motoyama joined Absolute JUPITER to coach alongside Sawada “JUNiOR” Yuya. Prior to coaching Absolute JUPITER, he was a professional Overwatch player and a coach for CYCLOPS athlete gaming’s Overwatch and Rainbow Six Siege teams.

Team Empire Signs Edelweiss

The Russian organization Team Empire announced on November 2nd that Vadim “Tian” Filkin left the roster and was replaced with Dmitry “Edelweiss” Koblov. Edelweiss previously played PUBG for Se7en Esports before playing Valorant for the orgless team FishkaVTom.

Team Empire will start playing in the first qualifiers of the First Strike tournament on November 9th.

Cloud9 White Signs Two Coaches

A few days ago, Cloud9’s all-female squad announced the signing of Chris “Dream” Myrick as Head Coach and Jornen “MoonChopper” Nishiyama as Strategic Coach. Read our article above for the full details on the new additions!

Spacestation Gaming Signs a Head Coach

The North American organization Spacestation Gaming signed Tristan “Ranger” Pehrson as the Head Coach for their Valorant team. Prior to Spacestation Gaming, Ranger was a Rainbox Six Siege coach for Evil Geniuses and Rogue.

INTZ Pick Up an All-Female Team

The Brazilian organization INTZ signed the roster of Fire Angels yesterday, November 7th. INTZ likely chose this team as they won the Brazilian Girl Pwr tournament that we announced a few weeks ago. This is the third organization to pick up an all-female Valornat roster, after Dignitas and Cloud9.

Thanks for tuning in for our second edition of Valorant Top Player Transfers of the Week. Is there a transfer we missed that you think we should have included? Let us know and tune in next Sunday for our next Top Player Transfers of the Week! As usual, remember to follow us at Run it Back and join our Discord for all your latest news, extensive guides, and exclusive interviews in the world of Valorant.

11/9/2020

Gabriel Ionica

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