LDN UTD have moved Aurimas “Dreamas” Zablockis to a bench role following the conclusion of Valorant Champions Tour Stage 1.
There is no update on who will be replacing the Lithuanian in the team but they will want someone in place as soon as possible.
LDN UTD announced the roster move on Twitter. In their statement, they said: “We are in the process of evaluating out Valorant roster for Stage 2.
“As such, Dreamas will be moving to the bench.”
The team will allow Dreamas to speak to other teams in search of new opportunities but will remain contracted to the team for now.
— LDN UTD (@LDNUTD) April 2, 2022
The statement continued: “We would like to express our gratitude for his efforts which culminated in our qualification to and performance in the VCT.
“Dreamas currently remains under contract but has permission to explore other opportunities.”
Dreamas will now be actively looking for opportunities on a Valorant team. He also announced his move to the bench on Twitter.
I'm officially benched from @LDNUTD
I'm still under contract, but have permission to explore all available offers, mainly playing Sentinel, but can flex w/ roles
Available full time, motivated more than ever to compete
Contact: Dreamas@afk-pros.com or DM
RT's are appreciated
— Dreamas (@Dreamas_) April 2, 2022
Coach Tommaso “joYnt” Gavioli also took the time to thank Dreamas for his time at the organisation.
joYnt said: “After almost seven months together, two bootcamps attended, a lot of victories and our qualification to VCT EMEA, I want to give big thanks to this guy.
“I’m sure that your talent will be rewarded in the next chapter of your career, Dreamas.”
LDN are currently the 8th-ranked team in Valorant in Europe. They crashed out of the VCT Challengers group stage with a 2-3 record.
They managed to secure wins against BIG and FunPlus but losses to M3 Champions, Team Liquid and NaVi, meant the team failed to progress.
They’ll hope to come back stronger with their new-look roster heading into Stage 2.
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