S8UL Esports Could be Looking Into Signing a Valorant Team

Moin Khot
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S8UL Sid revealed that the organization has been discussing Valorant Esports.
He asked the audience to be patient and mentioned that the org is looking into joining the Valorant Esports scene.

After disbanding its first Valorant roster, S8UL assured that it would return in a couple of months after it was safe for the players to travel. Furthermore, it mentioned that it would remain committed to having a footprint in the PC gaming community. However, there was no follow-up by the organization regarding it. Following the BGMI ban, viewers asked Siddhant “Sid” Joshi, the manager of S8UL Esports, about the organization's plans for Valorant. He revealed that the organization has been discussing and looking into it.

S8UL Esports might sign a Valorant roster soon

A viewer asked Sid regarding S8UL’s Valorant roster in his recent livestream; he revealed that the organization has been discussing it, and if everything goes right, it will get into Valorant.

S8UL Sid said, “S8UL in Valorant, hopefully, maybe. We have been discussing it. If everything goes right, we will get into Valorant.”

Following this, Sid received multiple tweets and chat spam on his livestream, asking about the same. In response, he tweeted that if there were players or lineups worth signing, he would have annoyed the owners into signing them. He asked the audience to be patient and mentioned that the org is looking into joining the Valorant Esports scene.

Sid said, “You want to see us in Valorant, and we hear you. Believe me, if there were a lineup/player worth signing, I would’ve annoyed the owners into signing them by now.” Following this, he added, “Be patient; we ARE looking into Valorant.”

S8UL Esports entered Valorant Esports in March 2021 by signing the former players of Team Paratroops and Innocent 5. The roster included the following players.

  • Mithul “Binks69” Nayak

  • Harshvardhan “Kuzuri” Singh Panwar

  • Shreyas “Edit99” Kshirsagar

  • Sahil “Strixx” Rane

  • Tanmay “NotFox” Verma

  • Rishabh “EzzzYy” Gupta

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the team members were not able to travel to the organization’s bootcamp and had to play from their homes. The team played multiple regional tournaments against the top Indian Valorant teams. Although the team started great, it began to see a downfall in its performance after a few matches. After evaluating the situation, S8UL Esports decided to disband its roster in May 2021.


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Moin is the newest addition to AFK Gaming. Being an avid gamer, he loves to cover what’s happening in the Indian gaming community.

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