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Excel Esports shake up Valorant roster

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Excel Esports overhauled their Valorant roster on Wednesday.

David “Davidp” Prins and Morgan “B1GGY” Madour are out and free to pursue other opportunities.

“This is a result of the team not improving at a quick enough rate to compete at the highest level, which is where EXCEL wants to be,” said a statement issued by the organization Wednesday.

Ruben “RUBINO” Villarroel Brodreskift and Muhammad “Moe40” Hariff are in, co-founder and chief gaming officer Kieran Homes-Darby announced.

“Rubino brings a wealth of experience to the roster, having previously competed at the highest level in Counter-Strike and is a great personality to have in the team,” Holmes-Darby said in the release.

RUBINO, 27, was previously with Team Heretics and Moe40, 20, joins Excel after a stint with Fnatic.

“Moe is an incredibly talented player who has already accomplished a lot in VALORANT and we believe he still has room to grow with the experience around him in this roster,” Holmes-Darby said.

Excel also announced that Vincent “Happy” Cervoni Schopenhauer will take over as in-game leader. The rest of the active squad includes Marc “Honeybee” Begley and Alend “Ale” Khalaf, along with RUBINO and Moe40.

–Field Level Media

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