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Valour eSports goes back to Call of Duty with new roster change

Valour eSports may have said goodbye to 2 of its players from the Call of Duty roster back in September, but the organization still had Usama ‘Punk’ Javed and Khalifa ‘Aran’ Almazrou to hold the candle for the next roster. Apparently, Valour won’t be absent for long, as it found new players by the time the CoD: WWII season started.

The team had plenty of time to determine who would be filling the gap in the roster, and today it announce that  it has returned to the Call of Duty esports scene within the Middle East. Both Usama and Khalifa were tasked to acquire two players who share the determination, commitment and skill to bring Valour eSports back to the spotlight.

The choice fell on Abdullah ‘Lgnd’ Almazrou and Ebrahim ‘KamiZaphi’ Al Hosani who share all these values, and they have proven themselves to be some of the best players within the region and have shown the community that they have what it takes to compete for a championship title. As for the team manager, Shaheer ‘Rxntzy’ Tabani will occupy that duty. He has shown himself both as a player and a team manager to the community, and he will fulfill tasks for both the organisation and players needs.

“We welcome Abdullah and Ebrahim as they will be completing the Valour eSports Call of Duty Roster to compete in the 2018 WW2 season. We also welcome Shaheer as the teams manager, who will be taking care of all of their needs. He will be working closely along side of our management team to ensure the players are happy with Valour eSports.” Says the official statement on official Facebook page.

We can’t wait to see how competitions will go with Activision’s latest title, as WWII is considered to be the biggest change since Ghosts in 2013 with its reintroduction of boots on the ground gameplay and tight maps.

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Sam Edge

A passionate gamer who loves to try all kinds of games , has no problem to go back and play some retro classic games between a time and another as he still thinks it was the golden era of the industry . Always up-to-date with the latest gaming news and technologies.

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