Bigetron Esports is one of the most successful PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, Wild Rift, and MLBB organizations in the world, and they are now stepping into Valorant. With over 150 national championships in Indonesia, they will compete in local and international Valorant Events. The organization announced their Valorant team, “Bigetron Astro.”
Bigetron Alpha Valorant Roster
The roster representing Bigetron Esports includes:
- Niki "xoxo" Utomo (Sentinel)
- Fidel “fw" Saputra (Sentinel)
- Edward "fatpenguin" (Controller)
- Fikri "famouzy" Zaki (Initiator)
- Nico "nayy" Alvanius (Duelist)
- Thomas “cud" Alfiantino (Duelist)
The team announced the roster on Instagram and asked their fans to support them in upcoming tournaments. They are likely to compete in the upcoming Valorant Champions Tour Challengers 2 event in Indonesia. The next Challengers event is set to kick off on February 19th and will conclude on February 21st.
Bigetron Will Go Head-to-Head Against Indonesia’s Best
The Indonesian Valorant scene has multiple organizations who compete in the region and have proven themselves at the recently concluded First Strike Indonesia event in December 2020. More teams have been formed for the 2021 Valorant Champions Tour, with the likes of Team nxl, Alter Ego, MORPH, and BOOM Esports competing at major events in the country. If Bingetron makes it through the Challengers round later this month, they will be competing at the National finals against other Challengers winners from Indonesia to compete for the APAC slots at the Valorant Masters event.
Indonesia’s Valorant Scene is Growing
With organizations like Bigetron delving into Valorant, Indonesia is becoming an important part of Valorant’s esports scene. Riot Games has already shown interest in the country by hosting First Strike and giving Indonesia a slot in the Valorant Champions Tour. The South-East Asian region as a whole has received a lot of support from Riot Games throughout 2020 and has been added as an official region for VCT 2021.
Bigetron is an Indonesian esports organization that fields rosters for PUBG Mobile, MLBB, Free Fire, and now Valorant. Edwin "Starlest" Chia owns the team. The team has won multiple PUBG Mobile Pro League events and the PUBG Mobile Indonesia National Championship.