DisguisedToast Unveils His Professional Valorant Roster
Streamer, content creator, and OfflineTV member Jeremy “DisguisedToast” Wang recently revealed that he has successfully formed a company to sign players to his Valorant team and that he has already officially signed three players to the team. Almost a week later, DisguisedToast unveiled his Valorant team that shall be participating in the official North American (NA) Valorant Challengers open qualifiers. Named simply DSG, the team boasts a stellar lineup with NA players who are well-known in the NA Valorant pro scene.
DisguisedToast wrote on , “Started a pro Valo team - DSG. They'll be playing in the VCT Challengers Open Qualifiers tmr [tomorrow]. (I didn't have time to get an announcement video made so I drew this pic in MSPaint from my hotel room),” and introduced his players with a rather “creative” team announcement graphic.
Who are the players in DisguisedToast’s Valorant team?
DSG, DiguisedToast’s Valorant team, is comprised of the following players:
Joshua “steel” Nissan
Damion “XXiF” Cook
Drake “Exalt” Branly
Joseph “clear” Allen
Amgalan “Genghsta” Nemekhbayar
Notably, steel was the former in-game leader (IGL) of T1’s Valorant roster. The other four players – XXiF, Exalt, Genghsta – and DSG’s coach Kyle “OCEAN” O’Brien all played under Knights in 2022.
At the end of 2022, DisguisedToast revealed that he successfully started a new company to sign Valorant players and added that he will make an announcement once all five players have signed. DisguisedToast also said he was looking for a team name and that everyone was suggesting him “dumb stuff” like The Bakery. He also made it clear that he did not want to have the word “esports” in his team’s name. Now, it looks like Toast has completely ignored all the suggestions he received since he has chosen to go with a simple name, “DSG”, which stands for disguised.
The team is all set to participate in the NA Valorant Challengers’ open qualifiers that kicks off tomorrow. The event is being hosted by Knights Arena in partnership with Riot Games. There will be two qualifier events that will determine which teams make it to the main event. The top team at the event will get a chance to compete in Valorant’s international league – Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) Americas circuit.
The first open qualifier is scheduled to happen between 9th January and 13th January and the top four teams will advance to the Challengers league. The second last chance qualifier will begin on 17th January and conclude on 22nd January and two teams will advance from this round.