With the remaining players on the roster still considering their options, the team’s future is uncertain.
The Jordanian player has been playing in North America since the start of 2020, and has already made his first appearance for Triumph in the DreamHack Open June closed qualifier, where he was the second-highest rated player with a 1.44 rating to help his team secure wins over Triton, Mythic, and X13 to qualify for the main event.
Cooper – who Dust2.us says has been considering his options for some time as Triumph continues a search for new investors to help fund the team – played his final matches for Triumph in their ESEA Premier Season 37 playoff campaign, where they secured wins over Party Astronauts and RBG before being eliminated following losses to paiN and TeamOne.
Despite the addition of 3ARK00Z, the lineup’s future remains uncertain as further financial support from Triumph looks increasingly unlikely, with a number of other players on the roster also considering a swap to VALORANT.
With the change, Triumph‘s roster going forward is: