Draken leaving Guild Esports; team to rebuild roster

Draken leaving Guild Esports; team to rebuild roster

David "Miles David" Josiah

10/29/2021, 3:15:30 PM

Swedish VALORANT player William “draken” Sundin announced on October 29, 2021 at 6:24 PM GMT+8 that he is taking a step back from the main roster of Guild Esports once again. He stated in his most recent twitter post that while he is still contracted to Guild, he is open to offers from other teams. 

Guild Esports played in the EMEA Last Chance Qualifier in order to compete for the final slot for the upcoming VALORANT CHAMPIONS. The VCT EMEA team made a deep run before ultimately finishing in 2nd place after losing to Team Liquid in the finals with a 1-3 score line. With that loss, the team’s year in VCT came to an abrupt halt.

With Draken leaving, the Guild Roster will still have the following players on their roster: 

For their part, Guild Esports are suspected to be revamping their roster around players Sayf and Leo.

Draken has not made any indication as to which team he will be going to next as of yet.

We here at Runitback will continue to cover the situation as soon as more information comes to light regarding moves from both the VCT EMEA team and its players.   

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David "Miles David" Josiah

An avid Esports enthusiast since 2013. I started following the pro-scene of Starcraft 2 before moving on to League of Legends CS:GO, and now Valorant. If I'm not practicing my aim or screwing up my line ups, you can catch me getting hyped as a caster in various amateur tournaments around NA and Europe!