Cloud9 on Twitter have announced their second roster for Valorant.

With less than a week before they signed Vice as their Fifth, North American Organization Cloud9 have decided to expand their dominance in their Valorant division as they have bought in yet another roster for the same this time based in Korea. This roster depends on a wide assortment of profiles, including previous expert players from Overwatch, PUBG and Apex Legends and will compete at Valorant in the regional tournaments.

The roster includes former Overwatch players Junki “Bazzi” Park and Sangbeom “Munchkin” Byun. The duo have recently played under the banners of Hangzhou Spark and the Seoul Dynasty at the Overwatch league respectively. Whereas among the rest of the three are Taewook “Try” Kang and Dogyeong “DoYa” Kim who have been instrumental in the Korean professional scene of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The fifth player is revealed to be Yoo “Moothie” Seung-woo who had been playing Apex Legends on a competitive level before he decided to make the switch to Riot’s tactical FPS Valorant.

Upon this new initiative, Robin Lee, Cloud9 KR VALORANT General Manager stated,

With VALORANT esports seeing continued growth, we wanted to increase and broaden our involvement in the scene. Cloud9 has been invested in the Korean esports scene for quite some time, and we saw another opportunity to further support Korean esports in VALORANT. We believe these five players and coach Autumn will fit very well into our new cultural paradigm, as well as our competitive principles and drive for success.

With these signings, Cloud9’s Korean Valorant Roster now fields:

  • Junki “Bazzi” Park
  • Sangbeom “Munchkin” Byun
  • Taewook “Try” Kang
  • Dogyeong “DoYa” Kim
  • Yoo “Moothie” Seung-woo
  • Yoon “Autumn” Eu-ddeum (Head Coach)

Earlier, Yoon “Autumn” Eu-ddeum coached Team CJ Entus for its PUBG Division.