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OG Esports Signs Monkey Business Valorant Team

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The owners of iconic teams featuring Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive rosters, OG esports entered into Valorant competitive scene. They signed the former overwatch professional players who played the game under the name of ‘Monkey Business‘.


  • Dylan “aKm” Bignet
  • Benjamin “uNKOE” Chevasson
  • Dragan “elllement” Milanović
  • Kevin “TviQ” Lindström
  • Julien “daemoN” Ducros ( Coach of the team)

Sébastien “Ceb” Debs and Johan “N0tail” Sundstein, co-owners and founders of OG esports, said, “We have kept the eyes on the game, we have seen and heard a lot about the possibility of esports ecosystem at VALORANT. We were seduced by the idea behind it as well as how serious the ecosystem is already. When the opportunity to get involved with a roster that you like and you believe in arises, you sometimes just have to grab it. It was the same with CS:GO, sometimes the stars align and you have an opportunity to do something really interesting.”

Dylan ‘aKm’ Bignet will lead the Valorant lineup of OG. This roster debuted in esports scene of Valorant at the Red Bull Home Ground event. The team played that event as Monkey Business where they finished at the 5th-8th position. Now they will officially enter the next Challenger Stage with the name of OG Esports.

Julien “daemoN” Ducros, coach and manager of the team, said “We’re all very happy to join such an iconic esports organization. Their values and vision are something we highly looked up to when building our objectives and team roadmap. we’re so excited to participate and win the challenges in this 2021 season. We are  extremely excited to make history and prove ourselves as true OGs.”

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