NRG Esports are gearing up to sign three players and a coach from OpTic Gaming’s Valorant roster ahead of the VCT 2023.
OpTic Gaming’s star player, Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker, is reportedly on course to sign with Cloud9 in preparation for the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour season.
Valorant player Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker broke the news on Wednesday that OpTic Gaming had given him approval to pursue other possibilities for 2023. Yay went on to say that he will have an open mind regarding opportunities in both the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and the North American areas.
Reports suggest that OpTic Gaming will not be a part of the franchises selected for the Valorant franchised league set to begin in 2023.
OpTic Gaming star Jaccob “yay” Whitaker has been named as the 2022 Valorant Champions kills leader.
The 2022 Valorant Champions grand finals broke the peak viewership record of previous Valorant esports events. The series between LOUD and OpTic Gaming peaked at over 1.4 million live viewers across official broadcasts and co-streams on the first two maps.
ESB brings you free Valorant betting predictions for a pair of VALORANT Champions 2022 bouts on Friday, September 16. Here are our picks for LOUD vs OpTic Gaming and FunPlus Phoenix vs DRX.
OpTic Gaming and Team Liquid will clash on Saturday, September 10, in the first round of the VALORANT Champions 2022 upper-bracket quarterfinals.
The 2022 Valorant Champions Tour concludes with the VCT Champions event in Istanbul, Turkey, kicking off on Wednesday, August 31.
The contracts of both Victor “Victor” Wong and Austin “crashies” Roberts are due to expire during the VCT Champions.