Acend has just completed the procedure to recruit L1NK for the upcoming VCT EMEA LCQ tournament on August 7.
Recently, Acend officially announced the completion of the contract procedure with the former Team Liquid player L1NK. It is known that L1Nk used to be an irreplaceable piece of Liquid before this player hit the bottom of his form and was left out by Liquid in the first round of the EMEA VCT Stage 2 Challengers Playoffs.
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Join us in welcoming @L1NKVAL as the final member of Acend Valorant’s LCQ roster #RiseUp pic.twitter.com/2IZKapEcTG
— ACEND CLUB (@AcendClub) July 29, 2022
Acend has made many changes to his roster since the Valorant Champions tournament in late 2021. The only players left in the lineup that day are now Mehmet Yağız ‘cNed’ İpek and Patryk ‘starxo. ‘ Kopczyński while the other members were all pushed to the bench or transferred to another team.
Acend will have an extremely difficult journey if they want to win a ticket for the Valorant Champions 2022 tournament at the end of the year. Their opponent will be M3C (former Gambit Gaming) – who defeated Acend with a very easy 2-0 score at the Playoffs stage of VCT Stage 2. Not to mention, if they beat M3C, this team You also have to defeat Liquid, G2, and even the Esports Guild if you want to set foot in the Valorant Worlds tournament.
Playing for Acend, L1NK will most likely hold a flex position in the lineup. Before that, when playing for Liquid, L1NK also used a lot of agents to be able to ‘fill in’ the necessary tactics of the team. L1NK’s champion pool is also very large when he can play up to 11 Agents throughout his playing career. But the most prominent are still 4 cards Sage, Omen, Brimstone and Breach.
Acend will continue its journey to the Champions League through the upcoming VCT EMEA LCQ on August 7.
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