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Roster Moves Roundup #27: SumaiL Leaves OG and NiP Present Their Valorant Roster

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Every second Tuesday evening we bring you the latest player transfers from the world of esports. Dota 2 legend SumaiL leaves OG and NiP start in Valorant. Find out what else happened.

CS:GO is on break and we don't have any transfers worth mentioning at the moment. In Dota 2 SumaiL leaves and Winstrike makes changes. Valorant is still growing and there is news in CoD and Overwatch.

Dota 2: SumaiL Leaves OG and Winstrike Change Their Roster

SumaiL Is Out, Ceb Is Back

Sumail "SumaiL" Hassan leaves OG and Sébastien "Ceb" Debs returns to an active role in the team.

OG has not been able to build on their earlier successes for some time now after JerAx, Ceb and ana left the team. With SumaiL, MidOne, and Saksa they did not come out over the second place. Now SumaiL left OG and Ceb was brought back as an offlaner. Nothing is yet known about SumaiL's future plans, but Ceb is looking forward to playing with his old team again.

Winstrike: Major Roster Changes

After Young G already joined Na'Vi at the end of June, Stanislav "chikiryau" Yarosevich, Sergey "[T]SA" Timchenko and Dmitry "kicked" Pilyaev are now also inactive. Kamil "agressive child" Biktimirov, Maxim "re1bl" Afanasyev, Daniyal "yamich" Lazebny and Andrey "Dukalis" Kuropatkin are the new members.

Sergey "AanahRoniX" Bykovsky, manager of the Dota 2 team, said that the change from Young G to Na'Vi was used to completely rebuild the Dota 2 roster. The new roster features new faces as well as players who have played with Winstrike before. One is open for offers for the now inactive players. The first challenge for the young team will be the Omega League Qualifiers. We wish the team much success.

Fnatic: Raven is Back

Marc "Raven" Fausto returns to Fnatic to replace Nuengnara "23savage" Teeramahanon.

The 21-year-old carry played for Fnatic as early as 2016 and has since made a name for himself as one of the best players in the SEA region. In his last organization GeekFam he caused a lot of stress for Fnatic. With him, they want to continue to dominate the region, which in our opinion should not be a problem for them.

League of Legends: Meteos Leaves 100 Thieves

100 Thieves: Meteos is Out

Junior William "Meteos" Hartman leaves 100 Thieves and is replaced by academy player Juan "Contractz" Garcia.

After 100 Thieves started the LCS Summer Split with only one win and five defeats, Meteos was put on the bench already in week 3. As a result, he let his emotions get the better of him and wrote some malicious tweets, which were already deleted. In his Twitlonger he apologizes for this and explains his decision to leave 100 Thieves completely. He was offered the opportunity to continue playing for the academy team, but he would have had to share the position of the youngster with Shane "Kenvi" Espinoza.

Meteos now wants to take a break and will probably stream or cast once more but he also does not rule out a return in another team.

Valorant: FaZe Gets CS:GO-Profi and NiP Presents New Roster

FaZe Clan: Another CS:GO-Pro Changes the Game

The former CS:GO professional Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen joins the Valorant roster of FaZe.

Faze started to build his own Valorant Roster at the end of June. With Jason "jasonR" Ruchelski FaZe already has another former CS:GO professional under contract and with Corey "Corey" Nigra and Zachary "ZachaREEE" Lombardo two former Overwatch stars. With Marved as the fourth man FaZe is missing only one more member to complete their Valorant Roster.

We'll keep you updated as soon as there is any news.

Ninjas in Pyjamas: The Roster is Complete

Enzo "Fearoth" Mestari, Damien "HyP" Souville and Charles "CREA" Beauvois complete the Valorant Roster from NiP.

Emir "RHYME" Muminovic and Niels "luckeRRR" Jasiek were the first two players of NiP's Valorant Roster after the organization decided to no longer play with their former Paladins Roster. With the CS:GO pros CREA and Fearoth and the Overwatch pro HyP the team is now complete.

Call of Duty: ACHES Leaves His Team

Los Angeles Guerrillas: The Team Separates From ACHES

Patrick "ACHES" Price leaves the Los Angeles Guerrillas and is therefore not in the playoffs.

ACHES was already put on the bench in March after the LAGs had a miserable start to the season. The two-time world champion has not played since the first London Home Series in February and will not be represented in the playoffs and the Championship Weekend. This is the first year in his career in which he will not participate in the Championship event.

We're definitely curious to see which team we'll see him in next.

Fortnite: Luminosity Gets a Lot of Attention

Luminosity Gaming: Muselk Follows His Former Colleague

Elliot "Muselk" Watkins follows his former Click Crew teammate MrFreshAsian to Luminosity Gaming.

After Click Crew disbanded at the beginning of the year Harley "MrFreshAsian" Campbell went to Luminosity and now Muselk follows his example. The "God of Fortnite" has over one million followers on Twitter and more than ten million subscriptions on YouTube, which makes him one of the most successful content creators in Australia.

We wish him continued success with his new organization.

Overwatch: New DPS Player for San Francisco Shock

San Francisco Shock: Ta1yo for More Genji Plays

Taiyo "Ta1yo" Henderson moves from Third Impact to San Francisco Shock.

In the NA Contenders, Ta1yo Third Impact helped to achieve several top 2 rankings and is now to support SFS as Genji. We are looking forward to some incredible plays and keeping our fingers crossed for him.

Rocket League: David Beckham’s New Roster

Guild Esports: Former Singularity Roster Acquired

Guild Esports takes over the roster from Team Singularity and joins Rocket League.

It was recently announced that David Beckham is a partner in Guild Esports, and they're ready to go. With Joseph "Noly" Kidd, Thomas "ThO" Binkhorst and world champion Kyle "Scrub Killa" Robertson, they're definitely aiming at the top. The newly founded organization has a lot of potential and we're hoping for exciting matches.

That's it for this week. You can find everything about the world of gaming and esports here, on EarlyGame. Until then, you can catch up on all your past transfers here.

Tasho Tashev

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