Rix.GG, an esports organisation formed in the first lockdown, announces today the release of Tautvydas “Hype” Paldavicius, Harry “DPS” MacGill, Brandon “Weber” Weber, and stand-ins Aaron “Frei” Frei, and Joseph “Luzuh” Loose following the results at First Strike.
We would like to thank our Valorant team, particularly those that have been with us from the beginning, for putting in every ounce of hard work and dedication it takes to compete at this level.
Rix.GG will be pursuing new opportunities to re-enter Valorant in the future.
Jamie Lewis, founder, said: “We are really proud of all the hard work these guys put into the game and the Rix.GG community that has surrounded it. I wish them all the best going forward and look forward to watching their careers blossom.”
Neil “Neilzinho” Finlay and Zack “cZer” Chandler will retain their positions of coach and manager respectively.