DfuseTeam sign the French roster of Opportunists

DfuseTeam sign the French roster of Opportunists

Gabriel Ionica

11/26/2020, 8:05:55 PM

The orgless French roster that played as “Opportunists” have been picked up by the French organization DfuseTeam. DfuseTeam was founded by Dfuse, an independent French casting studio that has worked in both CS:GO and Valorant.

The History of The Players from Opportunists

Some of the players on the roster have also played CS:GO professionally before jumping ship to Valorant. Rodolphe “rodeN” Bianco and Logan “logaN” Corti both played for various teams including Team LDLC and Team Heretics. Alex “AKUMAAAAA” Lo Bello and Jonathan “TakaS” Paupard played for smaller, lesser-known teams in the European circuit.

Dylan “hoppY” Aube comes from a battle royale background, having played H1Z1 and Fortnite for teams like Team Vitality and Lunary.

In Valorant, the squad has several first place finishes. Most recently, they were eliminated from the First Strike Europe qualifier by VASTA Gaming. They originally had signed Bayram “bramz” Ben Redjeb before AKUMAAAAA joined. Bramz later ended up leaving the team and is currently unsigned.

Their manager, LΓ©a “Leacharls” Charles will continue her position under DfuseTeam. Their new coach, Flavien “wallax” Lebreton used to be a in-game leader for many CS:GO teams like WySix Team and against All authority.

In their full official announcement, DfuseTeam mentioned they had one goal when creating this roster: to reach the top of the European rankings in the upcoming Valorant Champions Tour 2021. The tournament does not have a set starting date yet.

Before signing, the squad was scheduled to play in the upcoming Chibi Rouen 2020 tournament. It is likely that they will continue to do so under the DfuseTeam banner.

What do you guys think of this new team? Will they prove themselves worthy of being signed? Let us know! 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.


Gabriel Ionica

Not-yet-famous esports writer. Started out with CS:GO but now I write about Valorant too. Check out my article backlog on Twitter!