Andbox VALORANT

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Andbox puts its stamp on a competitive roster for the first time with the introduction of its VALORANT Team, coached by Matt “Warden” Dickens and Assistant Coach Gorden “g0g1” Prosic. Following the excitement around the new Riot Games title, there was no better time for NYC’s premier esports organization to be front and center on the jerseys, content, and marketing behind a promising professional esports team. Following only two weeks of playing together, the Andbox VALORANT team won the Renegades x Nerd Street Gamers $10K Invitational, garnering a ton of notoriety in the VALORANT scene. The team went from previously unranked, to ranked 6th NA by TheSpike.gg—an early sign of the greatness that is yet to come.

Ever Upward

Seb

Seb

Sebastian “Seb” Bucki

Previously playing CSGO for Ghost Gaming, Sebastian “Seb” Bucki is the veteran presence on the team. His god-tier game sense designates him as the utility player on the team, typically seen on the Cypher. He hasn’t been playing VALORANT for long, but his chemistry with Yay and ANDROID instantly earned him a spot on the team. After winning the Renegades x Nerd Street Gamers 10K Invitational, Seb and the team aren’t looking back.

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Yayster

Jaccob “Yay” Whiteaker

Jaccob “Yay” Whiteaker is also an ex-CSGO professional who has played for organizations like eUnited, Complexity, and many more. Previously a teammate of ANDROID’s on complexity, Yay hails from Katy, Texas, near Houston, and is extremely excited about competing in a growing game like VALORANT. Ranking just below b0i at #15 in Riot’s NA VALORANT ranking, Yay is a competent duelist who is also the team’s designed “opper.” His experience provides an invaluable benefit for the younger guns on the roster.

Yayster
vice

vice

Daniel "vice" Kim

Daniel “vice” Kim is an American VALORANT player who formerly competed with Cloud9 Blue’s VALORANT team before joining Andbox. Before making the jump to VALORANT, vice participated in professional CSGO competition for three years, playing for the likes of Cloud9 and Rogue. According to vice, once the VALORANT beta dropped in 2020, he was hooked and knew that VALORANT would be the next chapter in his esports career.

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mada

mada

Adam "mada" Pampuch

Former CSGO player Adam “mada” Pampuch is a Canadian young gun who is looking to leave his mark on the North American VALORANT scene.

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jcStani

jcStani

Noah "jcStani" Smith

jcStani is an American VALORANT player who spent his first year of pro competition playing for Immortals. Now he is bringing his flexible agent pool and diverse skills to the Andbox VALORANT roster.

Warden

Warden

Matt "Warden" Dickens

Matt “Warden” Dickens is an American VALORANT coach with past experience competing, coaching, and managing Counter-Strike teams going all the way back to 2004. Throughout his prolific career, Warden has coached for Team Liquid, Tempo Storm, and Complexity. Now he is using his tactical shooter knowledge to help the Andbox VALORANT lineup perform to their maximum potential!