Team Envy announced its new VALORANT roster earlier today. With a highlight reel showcasing different members of the squad, the famous name finally joins VALORANT esports. Known before as the team, “together we are terrific”, Envy Gaming acquired the organization-less team.
VALORANT Team Envy
The new VALORANT team comes as many teams try to field rosters. Team Envy made its move by finalizing the “together we are terrific” acquisition. Previously a team of CS:GO players who turned to VALORANT, this roster is full of professional FPS players. Envy’s VALORANT roster is comprised of Adam “aKis” Kisseberth, Abdo “c4Lypso” Agha, Anthony “mummAy” DiPaolo, and Jake “kaboose” McDonald, and CS:GO star Pujan ‘FNS’ Mehta.
Michael “dapr” Gulino was also originally on the team before joining Sentinels, who signed Overwatch League MVP Jay “Sinatraa” Won. kaboose replaced dapr on June 14 to complete the roster. All five officially joined Team Envy today, July 13, to finally bring Envy into another esport.
We bring one of the world's most legendary FPS legacies to @PlayVALORANT. We are Envy.
— Envy (@Envy) July 13, 2020
Envy Gaming in Esports
Team Envy is a long-standing organization in esports, boasting competitive teams in many titles. Originally a Call of Duty team as Team EnVyUs in 2007, most of the org’s notoriety comes from its CS:GO team. After acquiring CS:GO players in 2015, the organization skyrocketed in fame. Currently, the strongest esports team under Envy Gaming is arguably Overwatch League’s Dallas Fuel.
Envy Gaming continues to impress on many different levels. In fact, the organization grows internally too with the recent announcement of a new CEO and new Chief Gaming Officer.
Riot Games’ VALORANT Ignition Series continues on with the recent WePlay! VALORANT Invitational by WePlay! Esports. As the VALORANT esports scene develops, more and more teams look to jump in. Team Envy is one of many groups hoping to get a head start on Riot Games’ exciting new esport.
Written by Justin Amin