Medal Esports Signs DcRulz and Hacker to Bolster Valorant Lineup

More additions to the team!

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Medal Esports Signs Dcrulz And Hacker To Valorant Lineup


Indian esports organization, Medal Esports has expanded its Valorant team by signing DcRulz and Hacker to its lineup.
This change comes despite Medal Esports losing to Anaadi Army in the grand final of the VCL South Asia: Open Qualifier.
Medal Esports now has a head coach for its Valorant team along with a seven player roster.

The Indian gaming community is patiently waiting for more information related to the Valorant Challengers League South Asia (VCL SA). This exclusive tournament joins India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh to the global circuit, providing a massive boost to the overall infrastructure.

Despite uncertainty about how many teams would be qualifying for the main event of VCL SA through its open qualifier, Medal Esports has announced the signing of both Daivik "DcRulz" Chauhan and Vikrant "Hacker" Pujari to bolster its Valorant lineup.

No previous player from the team's active roster has been benched or removed from the team as it expands to a seven player team.

Medal Esports expands Valorant roster with the addition of DcRulz and Hacker

The shuffle mania continues to take place in the South Asian region with teams still building up their respective rosters for the upcoming mega event, VCL 2023: South Asia.

One of the latest moves has been made by Medal Esports with the addition of its seventh player, DcRulz, along with a head coach, Hacker. None of the previous players have been benched or removed at the time of writing this article.

Following these acquisitions, the complete Valorant team of Medal Esports looks as follows,

  1. Rishabh "Ezzy" Gupta

  2. Tanmay "FOX" Verma

  3. Prish "Tricky" Valvani

  4. Sameer "godvexy" Sharma

  5. Emmanuel "jEEE" Jonathan Buenavidez

  6. Oscar "Kakarot" Farin Jr.

  7. Daivik "DcRulz" Chauhan

  8. Vikrant "Hacker" Pujari - Head Coach

Medal Esports signs DcRulz

These signings have come despite Medal Esports losing to Anaadi Army in a really close-fought grand final during the open qualifier of VCL SA. During this journey, godvexy had been listed as the substitute player for the organization while other members comprised of the playing five.

It will be interesting to see how the team manages to compete with this extended lineup, either in the VCL SA, if Riot Games allows more teams from the open qualifier to compete in the main event, or other third-party tournaments.

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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.