Rix.GG, a new esports organisation, announces it will add Aaron “frei” Frei and Joseph “Luzuh” Loose to the Valorant team for First Strike.
Rix.GG’s complete Valorant roster ahead of First Strike will be:
- Harry “DPS” MacGill
- Tautvydas “Hype” Paldavicius
- Brandon “Weber” Weber
- Aaron “frei” Frei
- Joseph “Luzuh” Loose
Aaron “frei” Frei comes from a strong background in CS:GO and hopes to bring his wide range of fragging skills to further bolster the Rix.GG roster. The other new addition, Joseph “Luzuh” Loose, has already proven himself a valuable asset for Rix.GG with his initial performance at epicLAN 31 Online, and brings with him a fantastic skillset having mostly played sniper or operator positions.
Aaron “frei” Frei and Joseph “Luzuh” Loose will be standing-in for the upcoming First Strike event helping bring Rix.GG to victory.
This announcement comes after the initial release of Russel “Russ” Mendes to becoming a free agent. The second slot on the roster was opened following internal discussions between the players and the organisation, where Rix.GG decided to release former captain Jack “kpiz” Pragnell.
As made official today, Jack “kpiz” Pragnell is a free agent. Rix.GG would like to thank Jack “kpiz” Pragnell for his hard work and dedication to helping the players and orgnaisation get to where it is today. And the whole Rix.GG team wishes him the best of luck with his future endeavours.
Jamie Lewis, the founder, said: “We set out to create a top team in Valorant within the EU, and we are pushing every day to make that happen. I’m delighted to welcome these newcomers to Rix.GG. By adding Aaron “frei” Frei and Joseph “Luzuh” Loose to our talented roster it will ensure we can continue to compete at the very highest level of Valorant esports. And I’m excited to see what these guys bring to the table and where it will take us next.”
The change to the roster was made to create space for new talent within the UK scene and to help Rix.GG create a formidable team in time for the Valorant First Strike Tournament. The qualifier rounds for First Strike begin in early November.