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Top Player Transfers of the Week: September 6 – September 12

Top Player Transfers of the Week: September 6 – September 12

Gabriel Ionica

9/13/2021, 9:38:06 AM


Welcome to our forty-fourth edition of Valorant Top Player Transfers of the Week! Masters Berlin is now fully underway, with some teams already being knocked down into the Elimination Matches. As we like to say, there’s always time for player transfers though! Before you read this transfers article, make sure to check out our last installment to stay updated! Here are the top VALORANT player transfers for the week of September 6 – September 12.

Gen.G Bench MkaeL

Gen.G Esports are down to four players after they benched Michael “MkaeL” De Luca. According to their tweet, they are looking to sign someone before the upcoming Last Chance Qualifier.

Gunba Leaves Immortals

Coach Jordan “Gunba” Graham decided to leave Immortals, leaving the team to fend for themselves.

Team Secret Joins Valorant

The European organization jumped into Valorant by signing the Filipino roster of Bren Esports.

Complexity Signs Female Roster

Complexity signed their very own female roster dubbed Complexity GX3.

Team Vitality Sign New Coach

The French organization signed Ahmed “ZE1SH” El Sheikh as the assistant coach for their team. Now they just need two more players to have a full roster.

Cloud9 Part Ways with floppy

Cloud9 Blue is slowly whittling their large roster down to five players, starting with Ricky “floppy” Kemery.

Rix.GG Lightning sign Noia

The female roster of Rix.GG is complete once more with the addition of Nicole “Noia” Tierce.

Thanks for tuning in to our forty-fourth 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!


9/13/2021

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!