Esports superstar Tyson “TenZ” Ngo could feature in his last season with the Sentinels’ Valorant team in the 2023 VCT season. The Canadian player had earlier in the previous offseason agreed to remain with the franchise after being approached to re-sign.
Team Vitality’s Valorant roster for the upcoming VCT season has been announced. The roster released by the French esports franchise features both new and old faces, with former 2021 champion Santeri “BONECOLD” Sassi leading the team.
The Thailand-based esports organization Talon Esports have finalized their roster in preparation for the 2023 season of the Valorant Championship Tour (VCT).
Japanese esports organization ZETA DIVISION have finalized their Valorant roster in preparation for the upcoming 2023 Valorant Championship Tour (VCT).
100 Thieves have unveiled their starting lineup for the Valorant Champions Tour 2023 season. The team were selected as part of the Americas VCT league and, unlike several selected teams, will go into the new season with a similar lineup from their 2022 season.
Vivo Keyd have released their Valorant roster exactly a month after Riot Games unveiled their 30 partnered teams.
Team Vitality said in a press release on October 21 that they will not be taking part in the Valorant Regional League (VRL) France: Revolution in 2023.
Gen.G have secured a South Korean Valorant roster ahead of the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour. The newly formed roster will be headlined by former Northeption player Kim “Meteor” Tae-O as the franchise looks to put up a formidable campaign in the Pacific League.
NRG are reportedly set to solidify their Valorant roster with the signing of former T1 player Zander “thwifo” Kim.
DRX have announced their complete lineup for the VCT Pacific partnership league next year. The South Korean Valorant team have decided to run it back with their all-star Korean team.