Guild Esports, the UK-based esports organization affiliated with David Beckham, has announced its entry into Valorant, signing a Swedish roster that previously competed as “Bonk”. The signing comes as the Valorant stage gears up for the first official championship-caliber event, the Riot Games First Strike Tournament. While Guild is late in lining up a European Valorant list, with many big names being protected by other organizations, Bonk was considered among the best unsigned lists. The team finished second in the recent Mandatory.gg Cup, losing only to G2 Esports and edging better-known organizations like Ninjas in Pajamas and Vodafone Giants. The new Valorant team brings Guild Esports up to three teams in total, having already signed rosters for Rocket League and FIFA. Although the organization is still new and growing, it has received an inordinate degree of coverage due to its ties to football superstar David Beckham. Recently, The Esports Observer detailed the relationship between Guild and Beckham, including the organization’s agreement to pay him $ 20 million ahead of his investment.