ScreaM is back on a French lineup.

Karmine Corp have announced their Valorant roster for VCT 2023 and it ScreaMs firepower. Featuring the ScreaM-Nivera brother duo and a Belgian-French lineup, Karmine Corp have put together a title contender.

What is Karmine Corp’s Valorant roster?

  • Alexandre “xms” Forté
  • Ryad “Shin” Ensaad
  • Alexis “Newzera” Humbert
  • Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom
  • Nabil “Nivera” Benrlitom

ScreaM was one of the original members of Team Liquid while Nivera joined his brother last September. Both brothers had a promising career in CS: GO. Often called the one-tap God, ScreaM’s raw aim easily propelled him to the top in Valorant.

ScreaM and Nivera during their time on Team Liquid. Image during VCT Champs Berlin, both brothers posing for the camera.

ScreaM and Nivera are both part of the Karmine Corp Valorant roster.
Nabil “Nivera” Benrlitom (L) and Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom of Team Liquid pose at VALORANT Champions 2022 Istanbul Groups Stage on August 31, 2022 in Istanbul, Turkey. (Photo by Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games)

With the return to a Belgian-French lineup, ScreaM’s Valorant career is following a similar trajectory as it did in CS: GO. The only difference is that ScreaM has already found a lot more success in Valorant. Having played in French-speaking teams such as Verygames, Titan and G2 during his CSGO days, ScreaM is not unfamiliar with the language. Having a similar and comfortable language is bound to bring about more comfort and synergy within the roster. This will be the first time ScreaM takes on the role of an IGL on the squad.

The team will be coached by Arthur “pm” Guillermet and Ahmed “ZE1SH” El Sheikh.

The Valorant off-season has seen many of the 30 franchised teams announce rosters and player signings. The VCT 2023 season kicks off next year with the Kickoff Invitational in Brazil. The event will see 30 teams in participation, in what will be the biggest Valorant LAN event to date. 

Stay tuned to esports for the latest Valorant roster updates and news.

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