Still publicly representing Edelweiss Esports Edelweiss Esports Europe Rank #50 as of publishing, the Jett main is expected to retain his role on the agent moving into Team BDS. Edelweiss has not been able to make the most of the Challengers and Valorant Open Tour France phases, narrowly missing out on qualification for the finals of the latter circuit.
Team BDS look towards new blood to reinvigorate the team's momentum, having reaching the main event of both Challengers in Stage 2 but failing to break through to Masters: Reykjavik. The roster's luster has dulled further moving into Stage 3, being instantly knocked out of Challengers 1 by Guild Esports and Team Liquid.
Conversely, in the French circuit, BDS remain vastly ahead of the competition, having qualified for the aforementioned Open Tour France finals after taking down Megastitut Megastitut Europe Rank #44 3-1 in the Spring Qualifier.
Team BDS have been seeded into the main event of the European Challengers 2, which is set to start on July 28th. The new-look six-man roster will attempt to take one of the two remaining spots for the Challengers EMEA Finals and in turn, Masters 3 in Berlin.