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Former Fnatic duo Kostas “tsack” Theodoropoulos and Muhammad “Moe40” Hariff have teamed up with Oscar “ozzy” Scott to form a trio, according to sources close to Upcomer. 

The trio are open to offers as they have not been acquired by an organization and remain free agents. Alternatively, the three players could make two more additions to finalize the roster. 

Upcoming roster changes

The European VALORANT scene will undergo several roster changes in the upcoming weeks. Therefore, Ozzy, Moe40 and tsack could find themselves on a team if an organization was to offer them a spot. Most recently, on May 4, Heretics player Ruben “RUBINO” Villaroel Brødreskift announced that he is open to offers. Meanwhile, Thomas “kAdavra” Johner has been removed from Alliance’s starting lineup. 

All players have been free agents since their removal from G2 Esports and Fnatic, respectively. Ozzy temporarily replaced Aleksander “zeek” Zygmunt for the second VCT Stage 2 Challengers 2 open qualifier. 

G2 Esports would lose to eventual winners Fnatic in the quarterfinals, with ozzy at the helm. However, the roster managed to defeat several top sides in European VALORANT, such as Team Heretics and Vitality. 

Tsack and Moe40, by contrast, recently played for Fnatic, following the acquisition of the SUMN FC roster in early February of 2021. The team hit the ground running after Fnatic qualified for the VCT 2021: Europe Stage 1 Challengers 1 later that month. After they were defeated by Wave Esports, Fnatic finished in the top eight.

Fnatic continued to qualify for both Challengers 2 and 3 in late February and early March of 2021. However the side could not finish outside of the top eight, which led to the removal of both players in April. This was done to make way for Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev and Martin “Magnum” Peňkov. 

Ozzy is represented by Prodigy Agency while Moe40 is represented by AFK Creators. However, Tsack can be contacted on Twitter

George is the lead reporter for Upcomer from the United Kingdom.
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