Vexed Gaming Signed a Banned Players For The Upcoming Event ESL Championnat National

Vexed Gaming  broke the news for everyone today, as they decided to sign a banned player from Valve CS GO event in their preparation for ESL Championnat National.

We are talking of course about the French player Hovik “KQLY” Tovmassian who got banned in 2014 and seemed to everyone that his career has ended but today news bring a new hope for the players, as Vexed Gaming   hopes to win this year ESL Championnat National like they did in 2016 when they defeated Queen Conso.

Vexed Gaming’s roster for ESL Championnat National:

Victor “roombang” Henkinet
Pierre “NpK” Henkinet
Steve “JArOd” Cohen
Léonard “SmyLi” Michelino
Hovik “KQLY” Tovmassian


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