Vexed ends collaboration with two Valorant players

Vexed Gaming plans major changes to the Valorant roster. Two esportsmen who represented the Vexed banners for five months said they had left the team's starting lineup. Although they are bound by contractual obligations with the organization, they already have the opportunity to communicate with representatives of other eSports organizations regarding their further transition to clubs. Fletcher 'Leare' Bridgen-Knight

The information appeared on the Twitter accounts of players: Fletcher 'Leare' Bridgen Knight and Calvin 'MAGiK' Spaayzh.

Both esportsmen joined the ranks of Vexed Gaming on July 19, 2021. Since then, the players have managed to win prizes several times and earn a small amount of prizes. They became silver medalists at events such as EPIC.LAN # 33, OMEN League # 2, Belong Online Cup # 4 and RUSH to Glory # 1, took 3rd place in the EKWB Esports Series # 5 standings and became EPIC.LAN champions # 34. By the way, the team earned $ 1,820 for the victory in EPIC.LAN.

Leare is an 18 year old player who started his career in June 2020 under the HSL Esports tag. He managed to play not only in the ranks of HSL Esports and Vexed Gaming, but also under the M4LIK tag. During his career, he earned $ 1,176.

MAGiK is the same age as Leare and started in the professional field of Valorant in May this year as part of M4LIK. The duo moved together to the ranks of Vexed, and therefore the performances of Calvin Spaizh are limited to two groups. During his career, he earned $ 1,217.