DRX DRX Korea Rank #1 stax Kim Gu-taek (김구택) BuZz Yu Byung-chul (유병철) MaKo Kim Myeong-gwan (김명관) Foxy9 Jung Jae-sung (정재성) BeYN Kang Ha-bin (강하빈) have signed former Maru Gaming Maru Gaming Korea Rank #23 Arduino ANNYEON Ssun Kim Sun-rae (김선래) JaEU pr0xy Lee Do-kyeong (이도경) oonzmlp and All Gamers All Gamers China Rank #9 bunt Jiang He (姜河) monk Wang Haoyu (王浩宇) deLb Delbert Tanoto Spitfires Xin Mingyan (辛明阳) sword9 Li Wei (李卫) duelist Kang "BeYN" Ha-bin (강하빈) as the sixth player on the roster.

BeYN's recent form in both the Chinese and Pacific Valorant scenes showed his capability on the duelist role. He grew in popularity playing for Maru Gaming, finishing in third for the second Korean Challengers split in 2023. That split determined which sole Korean team would compete for the one VCT Pacific slot in 2024, and BeYN ended his run with a 1.06 match rating. He was among the tournament leaders in first kills per round, tied at seventh with 0.19.

Towards the end of 2023, BeYN joined Chinese team All Gamers as a loan. He ended his time in China with an average of 244.3 ACS in the China Evolution Series Act 3: Heritability tournament.

DRX also released one of their coaches, Ye "Anaks" Sang-jun (예상준), who oversaw the DRX Prospects team and their development. He joined DRX as an organization back in September 2022, moving from coach on the main roster to his development role a month later.

DRX starts their regional Stage 1 with a match against Team Secret Team Secret Asia-Pacific Rank #7 invy Adrian Jiggs Reyes BORKUM Jim Timbreza JessieVash Jessie Cuyco Jremy Jeremy Cabrera NDG Noel De Guia on April 6.

DRX DRX Korea Rank #1 stax Kim Gu-taek (김구택) BuZz Yu Byung-chul (유병철) MaKo Kim Myeong-gwan (김명관) Foxy9 Jung Jae-sung (정재성) BeYN Kang Ha-bin (강하빈) is now:

  • Yu "BuZz" Byung-chul (유병철)
  • Kim "MaKo" Myeong-gwan (김명관)
  • Kim "stax" Gu-taek (김구택)
  • Jung "Foxy9" Jae-sung (정재성)
  • Cho "Flashback" Min-hyuk (조민혁)
  • Kang "BeYN" Ha-bin (강하빈)
  • Pyeon "termi" Seon-ho (편선호) (Head coach)