Velocity Gaming Releases All International Valorant Players: Doma, Ec1s, Dav

A new chapter for the Indian organization.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Velocity Gaming Releases All International Valorant Players


Velocity Gaming has announced the departure of Doma, ec1s, and Dav from its Valorant lineup.
This comes just three days after Velocity Gaming crashed out of the VCL 2023 South Asia Split 2, unable to make its way through the group stage.
All regional players are still part of Velocity Gaming at this point in time and an update about the organization will soon be provided.

It has been an unfortunate season for Velocity Gaming following its early elimination from the crucial VCL 2023: South Asia Split 2. Despite signing international stars for its top-tier Valorant lineup, the team failed to make its way past the group stage which marked the end of its journey towards international stardom.

Three days after its Valorant Champions League (VCL) journey in South Asia came to an end, Velocity Gaming has announced the departure of all international Valorant members including its coach and two players - David "Dav" Miljanić, Domagoj "Doma" Fancev, and Adam "ec1s" Eccles.

"Thank you Doma, Dav, and ec1s for being part of Velocity Gaming. Velocity Gaming wishes you guys all the best for your future endeavors," states the official farewell statement by the organization.

Velocity Gaming bids farewell to Doma, Dav, ec1s after the VCL South Asia debacle

The two international Valorant stars that had joined Velocity Gaming in February earlier this year ahead of the VCL South Asia season, Doma from Croatia and ec1s from Britain, have been let go by the organization as it considers downsizing and reducing operations significantly.

Even the team's coach, Dav from Serbia who was signed in September last year, has been removed as part of this reshuffle that the organization is currently undergoing. So far none of the Indian players have been removed but even their future is up in the air at this point in time.

In his farewell statement, ec1s thanked India, his teammates, staff members, content creators, and the Velocity fans for providing him with a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

"I’ve made memories I’ll never forget. Thanks to the players for the trust and hard work daily, I’ve never seen a team put in more hours. Thank you the VLT nation, all the staff, and CC’s for welcoming us to the family and making us feel at home. Thanks to all the fans for the outrageous support, the passion here is like nothing I've seen in esports," said ec1s.

He also thanked Valorant for changing his life as it provided a boy from Burnley, England with an opportunity to travel the world for which he will be forever thankful.

Talking about his future, ec1s said that everything was uncertain but he was excited to see where the road might lead him from here on out.

A few words were also spoken by Dav who thanked Manoj "SENTINEL" Kasyap, the owner of Velocity Gaming, for believing in him and providing this opportunity.

"Unfortunately we couldn't get the results that we wanted, but we gave out hearts and hard work for VLT," said Dav, further expressing that he was both sad and mad because the best players could not show what they were capable of.

Dav message following farewell from Velocity Gaming

No public statement was made by Doma following his departure. As for Velocity Gaming, the future of the organization according to SENTINEL would be provided on his YouTube channel in the near future.

Velocity Gaming's Valorant lineup following this roster move is,

  • Anuj "Amaterasu" Sharma

  • Sagnik "Hellff" Roy'

  • Debanjan "DEATHMAKER" Das

  • Karan "Excali" Mhaswadka

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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.