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Team Vitality enters the HOK arena with international roster

Team Vitality enters the HOK arena with international roster

Team Vitality doubles down on its commitment to the mobile esports scene with the unveiling of its Honor of Kings roster.

Leading esports club Team Vitality is excited to unveil its latest roster ahead of the launch of upcoming competitive mobile title Honor of Kings. The new international roster is set to make its competitive debut at the HOK Invitational Season 2, which kicks off on June 29th. Check out the roster details and more below:

Team Vitality HOK Roster

The roster is made up of talented players from across the globe, with veterans and newcomers. The club’s Honor of Kings roster is ready to test their mettle and prove themselves on the international stage.

Composition of the roster:

  • Giorgio “Nighty” Hu – 19 – Clash: Adept in mobile MOBAs, Nighty recently transitioned to Honor of Kings. The goal is set for competing in tournaments across the globe on his favourite game.
  • Giovanni “Shanks” Song – 18 – Jungle: The player have achieved victory at the Turkish Honor of Kings Championship in 2022. Shanks now takes on a new challenge as he enters the international stage with Team Vitality.
  • Martin “hailand” Raza – 18 – Mid: He is the youngest member of the team. Joining Team Vitality marks his debut as a professional player on the international stage. Hailand is well-known for his fierce prowess in the midlane and kind demeanour off the field.
  • Jannis “Jasch” Schimmel – 24 – Farm: After gaining renown through competing on other mobile MOBA titles, Jasch transitioned to Honor of Kings and quickly became a high performing player. Jasch maintains a high level of professionalism in his daily training and consistently pushes himself, aiming for the top.
  • Changpeng “Ctboy” Qi – 22 – Roam: After achieving victory with teammate Shanks at the Turkish Honor of Kings Championship in 2022, Ctboy joins his fellow teammate as they take on the world this summer.
  • Benjamin “Benji” Bourdeau – 21 – Roam: Driven by his passion for Honor of Kings and his unwavering determination, french player Benji consistently ranks Top 10 on the European leadership. A dominant player, Benji claimed victory at the 2022 European Championship. He continued to play regional tournaments in the MENA region before joining the hive.
  • Jie “Andy” Zhang – 22 – Coach: Previously a champion in the Southwest Division of a national Chinese competition, and later becoming a youth training coach for Estar Pro, Andy now joins the hive as they look to make their mark as they make their debut at the Invitational Season 2.
  • Sabrina “Sya” Starke – 26 – Manager: With a diverse background and track record of success in various tournaments, Sya expands on her ability to build and lead teams to success with Team Vitality’s new roster.

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The new roster will make their competitive debut on June 29th at the Honor of Kings Invitational Season 2, taking place in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. Team Vitality will be one of the 13 international teams competing for their share of a prize pool and a chance to participate in the Honor of Kings Invitational Midseason, held during the Esports World Cup in Riyadh this summer.

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