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Happy Joins Team BDS’ VALORANT Roster

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Vincent Cervoni Schopenhauer, known as “Happy,” is a 29-year-old French veteran CS:GO player who had played for teams like Team LDLC, Team Envy, Team Vitality, and many more. Since 2020, he has been playing VALORANT.

Happy played VALORANT for about one year without any organization. Earlier this year, he was acquired by Giants Gaming, but the journey cut short for the legend. In March, he joined Excel Esports.

Yesterday, Swiss esports organization Team BDS announced on their official Twitter account that they added Happy into their VALORANT roster, replacing Guillaume “GatsH” Kalka who left the team in October.

At the same day, Happy debuted for Team BDS at Red Bull Home Ground #2, facing TENSTAR, Acend, and Natus Vincere. Unfortunately, the team couldn’t find any victory in their group and was eliminated from the event.

Happy, on the other hand, had a decent performance within the roster considering they lost all of their matches. Mostly, he played the support/flex role for the team as he picked Skye for most of the matches.

Here’s the announcement from Team BDS:

The missing piece of our team! Welcome Happy as our new Valorant player! He will make his debut today during the Red Bull Home Ground #2″

You can check out the post below.

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