DisguisedToast is officially creating a Valorant team and revealed new details about it.


Is DisguisedToast Starting a Valorant Team?

All we know about Toast's pro Valorant initiative!

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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DisguisedToast is officially creating a Valorant team and revealed new details about it.
He confirmed that he's already signed three players to the team.

Streamer, content creator, and OfflineTV member Jeremy “DisguisedToast” Wang initially teased the idea of creating a professional Valorant team on Twitter in the month of October. While it seemed like a joke at first, DisguisedToast revealed that he has successfully formed a company to sign players and that he has already officially signed three players to the team. Although Riot Games has invited 30 teams to be a part of its official Valorant Champions Tour (VCT) circuit in 2023, there are no rules barring people from creating new teams and competing in the Challengers league or other qualifying tournaments. 

Here’s all we know about DisguisedToast’s Valorant team.

DisguisedToast asks about the best Valorant players available on the market

On 31st October, DisguisedToast tweeted, “yo whos the best available unsigned pro valorant player atm. thinking of starting a team.” Pro players and personalities including Connor “PROD” Moran, Matthew "Wedid" Suchan, and Hannah “bnans” Kenney interacted with the post. While former League of Legends pro player William "Scarra" Li stated, “He might be serious,” DisguisedToast replied, “I’m always serious scarra.

Toast confirms that he’s formed a new company 

DisguisedToast recently confirmed on Twitch that he has successfully started a new company to sign Valorant players. He stated that he has already signed three of them to the team and that he was waiting on a few more to sign the contracts that were dispatched. He said he will think of making an announcement once everyone has signed. He added, “What’s the team name? That’s the problem. I don’t have a team name. One of the things I was hoping to do with this stream is to come up with a team name but I know chat’s just going to say really dumb stuff like, ‘Oh, call it The Bakery’” He also made it clear that he does not want to have the word “esports” in his team’s name.

Toast talks about the difficulties of being a team owner

DisguisedToast also gave insights into how it feels to be the owner of an organization (org). He revealed that another organization reportedly sniped a player that he was keen on signing under his team. Talking about this in detail, Toast said, “Also had my first ‘team owner’ experience of having a player sniped from me. We were going to sign a player but another org signed him after we scrimmed against them.

Additionally, he said that the player did “pretty well” in the scrims and noted that he was surprised that players could be sniped just like that. “I was like, ‘Wow! I guess you could just do that, huh?’” he added jokingly.

DisguisedToast will soon be announcing his Valorant roster and also the team’s name as the North American Valorant Challengers League qualifiers is scheduled to start on 9th January 2023.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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