Sources: Case Esports to form new Valorant Team, sign Miniboo; Keep Wolfen and Yurii in the roster

Published  9 Sep, 20:41
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According to sources close to the situation, Case Esports has finalized the agreements with Dominykas "MiniBoo" Lukaševičius, Marco "HearthBeat" Soffia and Dawid "Filu" Czarnecki, and would also keep the duo of Berkant "Wolfen" Joshkun and Salvador "Yurii" Gasco from the previous roster, which notably won VRL 2022 Spain: Rising.

As for the coaching staff, the Spanish organization would keep Alex "goked" Kie and add Juan Carlos "McJuankar" Mesa from UCAM Esports Club.

MiniBoo has been one of the most sought-after players during this short transfer window. Finally, after many clubs showed interest in him, he would have reached an agreement with Case Esports to participate in at least the next few competitions.

UCAM’s Duelist, Filu, will join Casemiro's organization, but this time in the Controller role. HearthBeat is a very talented Italian player who most recently played under Angry Titans’ banner.

Case Esports are the reigning Spanish champions in VALORANT after defeating UCAM 3-0 in the Grand Finals of the aforementioned VRL 2022 Spain: Rising. They also finished third in the VALORANT Regional Leagues 2022: Finals where they lost 0-3 against the Turkish side of FUT Esports. There may be more changes to come in 2023 depending on the nationality rules that will be approved in the future, but for the moment, nothing is officially confirmed.

Case Esports Valorant will consist of:

- Dominykas "MiniBoo" Lukaševičius
- Marco "HearthBeat" Soffia
- Dawid "Filu" Czarnecki
- Berkant "Wolfen" Joshkun
- Salvador "Yurii" Gasco
- Alex "goked" Kie (coach)
- Juan Carlos "McJuankar" Mesa (coach).