Alliance signed Enzo "Fearoth" Mestari for its Valorant esports roster on Jan. 28. The 24-year-old, ex Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player from France was named the new captain of the Alliance roster.
Fearoth has already started making a name for himself in the competitive Valorant community. Fearoth competed on a team by the name of HypHypHyp, which won three consecutive "Take the Throne" tournaments, which were hosted by Team BDS. Fearoth was also a member of the organization Ninjas in Pyjamas (NIP). With Fearoth on the roster, NIP tied for 3rd in the WePlay! Invitational and LVL Clash 2, and placed 4th at the BLAST Twitch Invitational. These tournaments included large organizations such as G2, Fun Plus Phoenix, and Team Liquid.
With this signing, the Alliance Valorant roster now consists of Fearoth, kAdavraa, Hype, luckeRRR, and krea6on. The team has a good mix of veteran FPS players who know the scene well, along with young and talented players looking to make a name for themselves.
According to the Alliance news page, the team will be competing on Feb. 4 in the Valorant Champions Tour.