Valorant Esports legends Team Liquid welcomes Dreamas to their Valorant roster. This comes after the team replacing one of its original players Travis “L1NK” Mendoza. The former LDN UTD player, Dreamas will be a part of Team Liquid for the remaining EMEA VCT Challengers Stage Two.
Team Liquid through its Twitter handle informed about the situation on Friday. Dreamas played his first match for the team yesterday against Natus Vincere. Team Liquid emerged victorious by winning two games in a round of three. Dreamas on his part was responsible for killing 39 opponents in all the three games he was part of. Apart from this he also made 13 important assists.
Team Liquid’s New Addition To The Valorant Roster
Aurimas “Dreamas” Zablockis has finally left LDN UTD to join Team Liquid. However, since 2nd April 2022, he has been an inactive player of his former team.
Roster Update: @L1NKVAL will move to a substitute role for the remainder of Stage 2.
In talking with Travis, we came to the mutual conclusion that this was the right decision for the team. In his place, @Dreamas_ will join the active roster as we complete this Stage of VCT. pic.twitter.com/ps6I5NB8t7
— Team Liquid Valorant (@LiquidValorant) June 3, 2022
Speaking of him Team Liquid yesterday announced “Roster Update:@L1NKVAL will move to a substitute role for the remainder of Stage 2″.
Further, they said “In talking with Travis, we came to the mutual conclusion that this was the right decision for the team. In his place, @Dreamas will join the active roster as we complete this Stage of VCT”.
Although, his permanency for his new team even after EMEA VCT Challengers Stage Two concludes hasn’t been confirmed. However, it might be confirmed after his performance for Team Liquid in the ongoing competition. EMEA VCT Challengers Stage Two is scheduled to conclude at the end of this month.
After L1NK being benched, “ScreaM” and “soulcas” remain the only players being part of the original roster of the team since 2020.
Dreamas’ Valorant Career
Originating from Lithuania, Dreamas started his Valorant Esports career playing for alltheRage in 2020. However he was part of the team only for nine days. Eventually, he joined eXile eSports in October 2020. After being a part of the team for two months, the Lithuanian international joined honk.
Dreamas was also an integral part of LDN UTD from October 2021 till April 2022. However, he was benched by the team on 2nd April 2022, following LDN UTD failure to qualify for EMEA VCT Challengers Stage One playoffs.
On the other hand, Dreamas was responsible for LDN UTD being able to qualify for EMEA VCT Challengers Stage one.
After having a successful first match yesterday for Team Liquid, Dreamas was able to show his dominance once again. The team, even the fans have higher expectations from the player after him being recruited for Team Liquid