Gods Reign Signs Tixx, Autumn To Complete Valorant Team


Gods Reign Signs Tixx and Autumn to Complete Valorant Roster for VCL South Asia

Two new recruits from down under to strength their ranks.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Gods Reign has finally announced its complete lineup for the Valorant Challengers League 2023: South Asia.
Gods Reign has signed the Australian duo of Tixx and Autumn, who will be joining Vibhor, Ember, and Hoax.
The VCL 2023: South Asia is scheduled to start from 18th March onwards.

Indian esports organization, Gods Reign, has added the Australian duo of Nick "tixx" Quinn and Kale "autumn" Dunne, to finally complete its roster for the upcoming Valorant Challengers League (VCL) 2023: South Asia.

Gods Reign is one of the seven teams that has been handed a direct invite for the exclusive league, earning an opportunity to fight its way through to the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) 2023: Pacific Ascension, which will take place later this year.

The revamped lineup will be seen in action soon with the VCL South Asia scheduled to start from 18th March, 19:00 IST onwards.

Gods Reign completes Valorant roster for the VCL 2023 South Asia

NODWIN Gaming finally decided to drop information related to the VCL 2023 South Asia from 16th March onwards, forcing teams to quickly complete their roster signings and announce their respective lineups for the tournament.

Gods Reign has come forward with its complete Valorant team with the addition of two new players from down under, Australia. The playing five for the side now looks as follows:

  • Vibhor "Vibhor" Vaid

  • Garvit "Ember" Nehra

  • Aman "Hoax" Yadav

  • Nick "tixx" Quinn

  • Kale "autumn" Dunne

  • Simar "psy" Sethi - Substitute

The trio from India was obtained by the organization in October 2022, signing Vibhor and Ember over from Orangutan while Hoax made his way to the team after being without any takers for about four months.

Now, just a day before the scheduled start of the league, the Australian duo has been announced by Gods Reign.

Autumn brings with him a lot of experience having played with teams like Ground Zero Gaming, ORDER, and Honey Badgers. He was even a part of the Valorant Challengers League 2023: Oceania Split 1, where his team had finished third overall.

Tixx is another talented player from the Oceania region who has previously played with teams like Bonkers and BOBO, parting ways with them in November 2022 and now switching over to the South Asian region.

As has been the case with almost all teams participating in the VCL 2023 South Asia, Gods Reign is entering the league with an international roster and it will be interesting to see how the team goes on to perform.

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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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