The David Beckham backed, London-based esports organisation Guild Esports has announced the signing of two more members to its Valorant roster. The team has added Saif "Sayf" Jibraeel as a player and André "BARBARR" Möller as a coach, to fill its Valorant squad.
Sayf has seen experience in competitive Valorant since its beginning, placing in several top spots across events over the past nine months. BARBARR on the other hand has roots in other FPS titles, mainly Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, where he served as a coach for various minor teams.
"As Valorant grows in popularity within the esports world, so does the competition," said Grant Rousseau, Guild's Director of Esports in a press release. "We're thrilled to build upon our already highly talented team, and welcome the expertise of both Sayf and André who will no doubt be indispensable as we move forward to even greater heights."
Sayf and BARBARR join Guild's current roster that is occupied by Leo "Leo" Jannesson, Yacine "Yacine" Laghmari, Malkolm "bonkar" Rench and William "Draken" Sundin. With this full team now complete, Guild will begin preparing for qualifiers in the 2021 Valorant EU Challengers, as well as looking to compete in the Red Bull Home Ground event.