Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Valorant Trade Leads T1 to Announce Their Stay in North America

T1 and Cloud9 conducted a Valorant trade on May 15, leaving many players shocked and confused.

Dexerto confirms that T1 obtained Son ‘xeta’ Seon-ho and Yoon ‘Autumn’ Eu-teum while Cloud9 received Rahul ‘curry’ Nemani, a previous player for Counter-Strike. This trade occurred during the Valorant Champions Tour Stage 2 Challengers event. This is reported to have happened because Cloud9 was unable to trade during the roster lock.

Many speculations and inquiries surfaced on the future of competitive Valorant. Xeta played for Cloud9 just moments before the trade went live, which brings about the question of when this was negotiated. Players and fans both commented on the fact that T1 “won” the trade, but were wondering what this meant for T1 as well.

T1, which began in South Korea, was rumored to move back after relocating to North America. Even though they have many different teams in various games, there was an interest in when they would move back. Following this trade, there were even more predictions about their move back to South Korea. Despite this, Joe Marsh, T1’s CEO, posted on Twitter that they were staying in North America for the time being.

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