Revenant Esports Bids Farewell to its Valorant Roster
Prominent Indian esports organization Revenant Esports bid farewell to its Valorant roster following a heartbreaking exit in the lower bracket qualifiers of Valorant Challengers League (VCL) 2023 South Asia Split 2. The team's defeat at the hands of Gods Reign meant it would be unable to secure a chance at Valorant Ascension Pacific. The organization took to social media to announce the release of its Valorant lineup, which boasted talented players who made a name for themselves in the South Asian Valorant community.
Revenant Esports Parts Ways with Valorant Roster, Expands into Other Titles
The Valorant lineup of Revenant Esports consisted of the following players:
Shailesh "Blackhawk" Dalvi
Joshua "JoshS" Santos
Kasif "Paradox" Sayyed
Tejas "rite2ace" Sawant
Sahil "1TaPGoD" Duble
Enrico "Ching" Perez.
Revenant Esports announced that it was parting ways with its Valorant roster and wrote, “A legendary hunt comes to an end as we bid adieu to our Valorant roster. A huge thank you to each of our athletes and coach who have shown tremendous potential and capabilities. We wish them nothing but the best for their future.”
Revenant Esports began this year with disappointment after not being selected for the Valorant Challengers League (VCL) 2023: South Asia Split 1. However, the organization made a strong comeback by announcing its participation in Split 2 through an engaging announcement video, which got the Indian Gaming Community (IGC) hyped up and excited.
The video was the talk of the town as Revenant Esports dissed all the Indian teams that competed in the VCL 2023: South Asia Split 1.
Revenant Esports has been reveling in the spotlight recently. It created a huge buzz when it announced that Bollywood star Jai Hemant Shroff aka Tiger Shroff .
The organization also made huge moves by expanding its creator lineup by signing former Hydra members such as Pratik “ Jogiya and , and others.
Currently, Revenant Esports fields lineups in various esports titles including Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), Call of Duty: Mobile (CODM), and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO). It also recently announced its lineup for BGMI and is already competing in various tournaments like Nodwin’s Champions Cup.
Revenant Esports is also competing as a in the Skyesports Masters CS: GO tournament. However, the organization is yet to announce its CS:GO roster. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for the players as well as Revenant Esports in Valorant.
Notably, Revenant Esports is not the only team to exit the Valorant esports scene. For the first time since July 2020, Velocity Gaming has been left without a Valorant roster. After first parting ways with its overseas recruits Domagoj "Doma" Fancev, Adam "ec1s" Eccles, and David "Dav" Miljanić, Velocity Gaming took a bold step and completely disbanded its Valorant roster and bid farewell to its other players – Anuj "Amaterasu" Sharma, Debanjan "DEATHMAKER" Das, Karan "Excali" Mhaswadkar, and Sagnik "Hellff" Roy.