VALORANT

BDS Esports recruits the Opportunists (DfuseTeam)

It was only a matter of time before someone got hold of the former DfuseTeam. The organisation BDS Esports is launching itself in Valorant and recruiting the players of the team Opportunists.

The Opportunists have been on the French and international scene for some time now. They have progressively increased their level of play until they reached the highest levels of the competition. Recruited by DfuseTeam following their performances at the Valorant First Strike, they finally had to break their ties with the organisation last month, not without a final blow at the Valorant Masters EU of the Phase 1. Their contract came to an end on 1st April and they are back under the Opportunists banner in Phase 2.

The Opportunists have surprised more than once in recent months. Their qualification for the Masters was unexpected, as was their victory over Team Heretics more recently. The team can count on both their individual qualities and their team cohesion. LogaN, in particular, regularly saves desperate rounds.

This is quit a good haul for BDS Esports which is taken over the best team without organisation in the Valorant scene. The organisation is slowly building up quite a reputation on many esports games, starting with Rocket League and Rainbow Six Siege. On League of Legends, it has also made its way from Div2 to LFL.

The new BDS will officially play their first match tomorrow, during the Challengers 2 of Phase 2. They will meet Ninjas in Pyjamas. It's a long shot, but it would be a great way to celebrate the event.

BDS Esports' players:

  • Rodolphe “rodeN” Bianco (captain)
  • Logan “logaN” Corti
  • Dylan “hoppY” Aube
  • Jonathan “TakaS” Paupard
  • Alex “AKUMAAAAA” Lo Bello