KOI is predisposed to form one of the most important projects in Europe in both League of Legends and VALORANT. The club, accepted in the new franchise system of the VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT), would be restructuring its squad for the highest category of the shooter. After weeks of rumors of new additions, Berkant Joshkun “Wolfen” is the latest player associated with the carp.
As Alejandro Gomis has advanced «anonymous«, journalist in Blix, Wolfen will be leaving Case Esports to join KOI for the 2023 VCT. Despite being eliminated in the group stage of the CrossFire Cup, the Bulgarian player has had a great 2022 with Case. In the first edition of the VRL USA: Rising was runner-up after losing 2-3 to Rebels Gaming. However, in the following edition the team was proclaimed champion after beating UCAM Esports Club 3-0.
The Bulgarian would make the jump to the VCT for the first time in his career. However, the addition of Wolfen would not be the last for KOI. The first signings of the tents would have been José Luis Aranguren «Koldamenta» as in-game leader and André Möller “BARBARR” as head coach, with both pieces of Guild Esports being the center of the new core of the VALORANT team. Beyond the two members of Guild and Wolfen, the Ibai Llanos and Gerard Piqué club would add players of caliber with the arrival of world champion Patryk Kopczyński «starxo» and world runner-up Bodgan Naumov «Sheydos«.
In the case of confirming the incorporation of Wolfen, KOI would have pending the signing of a fifth player to close their VALORANT starting quintet. Like the rest of the teams accepted in the VCT, the club has a deadline of October 15 to present an initial squad. However, the transfer market will be open until next February, when the competition starts. For the moment, the organization has already allowed the members of its current team to listen to offers for the following season.