glow makes a grand return to Vision Strikers as coach

glow makes a grand return to Vision Strikers as coach

Naim "EnKay" Rosinski

6/13/2021, 11:59:00 PM

Minsoo “glow” Kim has not long ago retired from professional play, effectively leaving the Vision Strikers Valorant roster. The esports veteran has however, made a grand return to the roster as the team’s newest coach.

Be sure to check out our exclusive interview with glow shortly after he has decided to hang up the boxing gloves.

Vision Strikers see glow Return as Coach

The Korean Valorant giants, Vision Strikers, saw an unexpected absence from Masters Reykjavik. The first international Valorant LAN event saw NUTURN Gaming represent the South Korean region instead. The event was shortly followed by an announcement by the 33-year-old as well as the organization that glow will be leaving the squad.

The veteran’s deep run with esports as a player in Counter-Strike as well as Valorant has led to the organization’s decision of bringing him on board. This time as a third coach for the team.

“Even when I played professionally, I enjoyed analyzing and creating new strategies against teams. I felt that I was already doing a bit of coaching while being a veteran on the team, and I want to continue what I enjoy doing.”


Before this coaching addition, Vision Strikers have acquired two new players to form a six-man roster. Byungchul “BuZz” Yu and Myeongkwan “MaKo” Kim (formerly know as babo) are now part of the Korean team’s Valorant roster.

With all of those additions combined, the full Vision Strikers team is from now on composed of the following:

  • Seonho “termi” Pyeon (Head Coach)
  • Soonwoo “ARGENCY” Kwon (Coach)
  • Minsoo “glow” Kim (Coach)
  • Gutaek “stax” Kim (captain)
  • Byungchul “BuZz” Yu
  • Seungwon “k1Ng” Lee
  • Myeongkwan “MaKo” Kim
  • Sangmin “Rb” Goo
  • Kiseok “Zest” Kim

With so many players involved in the team, Vision Strikers are as ready as ever to brawl it out to make their journey into Masters Berlin as smooth as possible. The team will definitely be hoping to make it into the Champions tourney at the end of the year. To do that, an entry into Masters Berlin is a must.

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Naim "EnKay" Rosinski

An avid competitive FPS lover that started off with covering the Counter-Strike scene and now is starting to love Valorant. Covered IEM Katowice 2019 Major as press and is now conducting interviews on the regular at the Valorant Champions Tour online press room. If I'm not covering Valorant news, I'm trying to break into Diamond with Phoenix or Omen. Twitter: @NaimRosinski Email: naim.rosinski@gmail.com