Keznit back with KRÜ Esports

The movements of the different VCT organizations in all regions of the world continue, and now we have the... Eduardo | 18. March 2023

The movements of the different VCT organizations in all regions of the world continue, and now we have the organization of footballer Sergio “Kun” Agüero, KRÜ Esports, announces the return of Angelo “keznit” Mori to its VALORANT lineup.

Teams are tuning up as fast as they can in these last few weeks to arrive as best prepared as possible for the start of the regional VCT leagues that kick off in the coming weeks.

KRÜ Esports announces the return of keznit to its lineup

Last Friday, March 17, KRÜ announced on its Twitter account the return of 21-year-old Chilean Angelo “keznit” Mori, who replaces Brazilian Alexandre “xand” Zizi in the team’s starting lineup.

The Chilean comes from being on the bench for the Chilean organization Leviathan but was not used by the team during the entire VCT LOCK//IN Sao Paulo 2023 a few weeks ago. However, this is not the first time keznit has worn the KRÜ colors, as let’s remember that the Chilean was part of the organization from June 2021 to October 2022.

Keznit stepped away from the organization at the end of 2022 after his contract expired and was not renewed. There is no doubt that this news shocked many, as, with keznit, the organization obtained significant international results, as they finished in the TOP 5 worldwide.

Now, the signing of Keznit to Leviathan was presumed would not last long because, unlike Roberto “Mazino” Bugueño, who also left KRÜ and joined Leviathan, the latter was a starter. At the same time, Keznit always knew he would be destined for the bench. Now, the player has returned to what was his home and saw him succeed at the beginning of his career.

“I’m back, I’m back to compete alongside all these beasts, thank you very much for the opportunity 🤙🏻”

On the other hand, Keznit only played three games under his brief internship in Leviathan in the Movistar Fibra: LATAM Dioses. In this tournament, the Chilean team defeated MIBR in the final to become champions.

KRÜ and keznit have a good history

As we mentioned, keznit was part of KRÜ in its best moment so far because after being only a streamer of the organization, he was called to the starting team and showed exceptional play. So much so that the team improved its results dramatically and had several incredible LAN tournaments.

KRÜ finished in the TOP 4 of the VALORANT Champions 2021 after losing to Gambit in the tournament’s semifinals. However, luck was not with them in the 2022 edition, as the team finished in the top 12 after losing their match to FunPlus Phoenix.

With his return to KRÜ, keznit will debut as a starter at the VCT Americas in Los Angeles against FURIA on April 1, 2023.

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