Winter is coming… but our warriors will be red #FeelingVexed
We are happy to officially present our French/Belgian CSGO line-up featuring Victor “Roombang” Henkinet and Pierre “NPK” Henkinet.
In May, we had announced a trial period with Hovik “KQLY” Tovmassian. His role with the team is now totally confirmed and we are pleased to commit ourselves with him for this new season. We are confident that he will share and teach his “KQLY Style” to his team mates.
“After these last months’ vagueness and uncertainties, I am happy to commit myself to a full-time team with KQLY as team mate.
The recent announcements about the evolution of the rules for players allow us to have real and long-term goals, as well as benefit from KQLY’s high level experience, particularly when it comes to team work. I will act as the in game leader of the team and hope I can help us progress with a busy and diligent work program. I am committed to achieving this goal. I am also very happy to have my brother back in the team and see his motivation and commitment in this project”
– Victor “Roombang” Henkinet
“KQLY and me on CS is a long story. We have known each other and got along for a long time. I used to play CSS with him in 2011 with eXtensive and transitioned to CSGO at the very beginning with eXtensive (Ryuz, DkG, Jackz). Even during my 2 year-long break in Hong Kong, we kept close in close contact, having him back as a team mate today is just amazing! Regardless of our connection and friendship, I think he can bring a lot from his experience and make us move on a good dynamic. These last months, my motivation and my projects related to CS were uncertain, as was the team’s future. Today, I am totally determined to confirm last season test with Vexed”
– Pierre” NPK” Henkinet
“Today, I am glad to be confirmed as a player of the Vexed team. Getting back to the game as a professional after 2 years away is incredibly motivating. I am thankful to Vexed and also to my team mates and GO for this new season!”
– Hovik “KQLY” Tovmassian
We would like to welcome Gauthier “Gauthierlele” Caron and Thibault “Emyor” Soulet to complete the line-up. We noticed a true potential after watching them both play the FPLC and a series of pracc trials during last summer.