Enigma Gaming Announces New Valorant Roster For 2023


Enigma Gaming Announces Valorant Roster for 2023 Season

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Aditya Singh Rawat
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After being without an official Valorant roster for more than a month, Enigma Gaming has announced its new team for the 2023 circuit.
The team is an international lineup consisting of players from the Southeast Asian region.
This new Valorant team of Enigma Gaming will be seen in action for the first-time ever at the VCT 2023: MY/SG Split 1.

One of the top esports organizations from India, Enigma Gaming was without a Valorant roster for well over a month, but it has finally announced its new team for the 2023 competitive season.

The new Enigma Gaming Valorant team consists of the following players,

  1. Tidus "STYRON" Goh | Singapore

  2. Mathanraj "theDoctorr" Munisparan | Malaysia

  3. Ingram "FREY" Tan | Singapore

  4. Yeoh "Divine" Chun Ting | Singapore

  5. Xan | Malaysia

After parting ways with its Indian roster, Enigma Gaming has now transitioned to a completely international roster consisting of players from both Singapore and Malaysia.

Enigma Gaming transitions to an international Valorant roster for 2023

From hosting one of the top Indian teams in Valorant for the last two years, Enigma Gaming has now transitioned over to a Southeast Asian roster consisting of three players from Singapore and two from Malaysia.

The lineup was announced just before Enigma Gaming's match against Louvre in the currently ongoing VALORANT Challengers 2023: Malaysia & Singapore Split 1, scheduled to take place from 2nd February to 12th March.

This is a massive transition for the organization, effectively moving out of the South Asian Valorant scene with its latest announcement.

Enigma Gaming is stepping into SEA which is a much more competitive region when it comes to Valorant and seems to have prepared a team accordingly, consisting of both young talents and older experienced players.

In their first tournament of the 2023 season, Enigma Gaming will be going up against teams like Bleed eSports, Todak, X10 Esports, Louvre, Hey! Yakiniku, Kizuna Esports, and Team Path.

This will be the testing ground for this lineup as the current event extends over a month, Enigma Gaming at the very least will be aiming for a top six finish in order to qualify for the VCT 2023: Malaysia & Singapore Split 2.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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