forZe forZe Inactive SUYGETSU Dmitry Ilyushin Art1st Vyacheslav Lyadnov Coffee Nikita Antsypirovich announced today they are indefinitely leaving Valorant, bidding goodbye to their three remaining members.

forZe Esports
@forzegg
Today we say goodbye to the remaining members of our VALORANT roster. 😔

We would like to thank @art1stcs, @SUYGETSU666 and @vladimirjil, wish them success in continuing their careers.

At the same time, we have decided to leave the discipline for an indefinite period of time.

forZe were quick to enter Valorant in its early days, signing on a squad that struggled at the start but eventually found its footing. After winning some European championships, forZe took the First Strike: CIS trophy in December. They finished second in CIS Stage 1: Masters, but were then unable to replicate these results in Stage 2, their lowest point in the VCT.

After their top-eight placement in the Stage 3: EMEA Challengers Playoffs and Gambit Esports Gambit Esports Europe Rank #1 Redgar Igor Vlasov Chronicle Timofey Khromov d3ffo Nikita Sudakov sheydos Bogdan Naumov nAts Ayaz Akhmetshin ' Masters Berlin win, forZe were slated to play the EMEA LCQ. However, One Breath Gaming One Breath Gaming Europe Rank #15 Sp1ke Stanislav Koshel minse Vladislav Kuzminykh hugeon Denis Vasiliev zeddy Nikolai Lapko Coffee Nikita Antsypirovich bought out three out of forZe's five players, taking the LCQ slot for themselves and leaving forZe in the dust.

Competition has ground to a halt, especially in CIS, with the VCT virtually over for most teams—barring the ones in the LCQ. They are one of the first organizations to drop their rosters as competition grinds to a halt, with Champions approaching.

The remaining forZe forZe Inactive SUYGETSU Dmitry Ilyushin Art1st Vyacheslav Lyadnov Coffee Nikita Antsypirovich members were:

  • Dmitry "SUYGETSU" Ilyushin
  • Vyacheslav "Art1st" Lyadnov
  • Nikita "Coffee" Antsypirovich
  • Vladimir "Jil" Yasevich (Coach)