Reckoning Esports Adds Two Malaysian Valorant Players to its Roster

Moin Khot
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Reckoning Esports has signed two new Malaysian players, Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan and Muhammad "Zeeq" Hazeeq for its Valorant roster.
Prior to signing with the Indian organization, Fishball used to play for Bad Belugaz, whereas Zeeq used to play for Kingsmen.
Fishball will play as a duelist, and Zeeq will play a flexible role in the team.

With the Valorant Off-Season tournaments for the Asia Pacific region on the horizon, plenty of teams have already started shuffling their lineups. Reckoning Esports (RGE) is one of the organizations that is overhauling its Valorant roster ahead of the next set of big Valorant tournaments. Recently, the team lost two of its players to Velocity Gaming and Revenant Esports but the organization has brought in foreign reinforcements to restrengthen its lineup to fill the void left by the two departing players. Reckoning Esports has acquired two new Malaysian players, Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan and Muhammad “Zeeq” Hazeeq to complete its Valorant roster.

Reckoning Esports roster shuffle in 2022

May 2022 – L Streak Esports acquired SmokeA from RGE

September 2022 – Velocity Gaming acquired Deadly10

September 2022 – RGE acquired BADlove

Prior to the addition of the two new Malaysian players, Velocity Gaming acquired Deadly10, and Revenant Esports acquired BADlove from RGE. As a result, RGE had two openings in the team.

Reckoning Esports acquires Fishball and Zeeq for their Valorant Roster

In order to fill the two openings in the team, Reckoning Esports acquired two Malaysian players for their Valorant roster.

Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan is a 16-year-old Valorant professional player. Before joining Reckoning Esports, he played under the banner of Bad Belugaz, a Malaysian Valorant team. He will be playing the role of the main duelist in the team, filling the void of the duelist role.

Muhammad "Zeeq" Hazeeq is a 23-year-old Valorant professional player. Before joining RGE, he represented a well-known Malaysian Valorant team, Kingsmen. He will be playing a flexible role in the team, meaning that he will change his role with respect to the map or as required by the team.

Following the roster changes, Reckoning Esports’ current Valorant lineup is

  • Aditya “Pixelzz” Gulhane

  • Atharv “Rio” Ahire

  • Harsh “harshhh” Arora

  • Gaurav “CrosshaiR” Chabukswar

  • Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan

  • Muhammad "Zeeq" Hazeeq

The new roster of Reckoning Esports will play their first match in TEC Challenger Series Qualifiers on 30th September.

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Moin covers the Indian gaming and gaming community for AFK Gaming. As an avid gamer himself, he has a passion for staying up to date on the latest developments and trends in the Indian esports scene. Moin's writing provides readers with a comprehensive look at the world of Indian esports. He is known for his ability to uncover stories and players that are shaping the future of the industry in India.

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