NRG Esports are gearing up to sign three players and a coach from OpTic Gaming’s Valorant roster ahead of the VCT 2023.
100 Thieves have parted ways with their star duelist, William “Will” Cheng, in order to make way for the new player, Matthew “Cryocells” Panganiban.
One of the VCT Pacific League franchises, Global Esports, has reportedly made an unusual but feasible decision regarding their Valorant roster ahead of the 2023 VCT season.
Natus Vincere have hinted at the signing of a championship-winning Valorant player ahead of the 2023 VCT season.
Upon releasing the 30 esports teams who were selected in the Valorant partnership program, Riot Games recently sent out a list of Roster Construction Rules for the involved organizations.
European esports organization Fnatic has declared the Valorant player Enzo “Enzo” Mestari a free agent by moving him to the…
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.
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.
LOUD clinches the 2022 Valorant Champions title, having gotten the better of OpTic Gaming in the grand finals.
DRX have surpassed their previous best finish in an international VCT tournament. The Korean esports franchise have advanced to the semifinals after defeating Fnatic in a reverse sweep.