T1 brax: brax steps down from T1 Valorant team to pursue full-time streaming

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T1 brax: brax steps down from T1 Valorant team to pursue full-time streaming: Braxton "brax" Pierce has officially stepped down from the T1 Valorant team to pursue full-time streaming.

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T1 brax was the first-ever NA Valorant player to sign with a professional team. He was considered a 'prodigy' during his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive days. The release of Valorant provided a second-life to banned players like brax, steel etc. to once again be able to compete at the highest level of competition.

brax joined T1 Valorant team in May 2020. He later left the team when he and the Head-Coach, David "dd8" Denis started having issues regarding the direction in which the team was headed. He then joined the TSM FTX Valorant team.

After his short stint with TSM where he played only 5 professional matches ended, he once again joined T1 Valorant team. Their latest showing was at the Champions Tour North America Stage 3: Challengers 2 where they has a 5th-6th finish.

T1 Valorant Team is now:

  • Rahul "curry" Nemani
  • Anthony "dawn" Hagopian
  • Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham
  • Timothy "autimatic" Ta
  • David "dd8" Denis (Head coach)
  • Dakota "Stunner" MacLeod (Assistant coach)

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