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Recently Riot Games unveiled the 30 teams included in Valorant partnership for 2023. The teams included several familiar names, but there were a few notable omissions including G2, The Guard and more. With some of these popular teams not in Riot’s vision for Valorant esports in 2023, there is a growing list of players who find themselves free agents. Here’s a Valorant roster tracker for you to stay up to date with all the teams and player signings.
Riot Games announced the format for Valorant esports 2023 introducing three regional leagues, a kickoff tournament, a Masters event and VCT Champs. The Kickoff event will take place in Sao Paolo, Brazil bringing the entirety of Valorant esports to a region filled to the brim with FPS fans. Brazil has a long history in FPS games and Riot undoubtedly wants to tap that market for Valorant. LOUD’s VCT Champs win in 2022 has only served to boost the game’s popularity in South America.
Valorant Roster Tracker (VCT 2023)
Confirmed Valorant Player Signings
The VCT NA 2023 League features ten teams in each region. The tables below only list confirmed Valorant player signings.
Confirmed North America Rosters
Confirmed EMEA Rosters
Confirmed Asia Pacific Roster
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Valorant Roster News
The tables above give you a glimpse of the starting players for the Valorant teams in VCT 2023. However, more detailed news comes in this section. Some teams (such as Global Esports) have more than 6 players and are building a pool of talent.
The much-awaited Cloud9 roster was announced on October 17. The North American behemoth will feature several prominent Valorant players from North America, most of their former CS superstars as well.
Cloud9's Valorant roster is:
- Jordan "Zellsis" Montemurro
- Erick "Xeppaa" Bach
- Nathan "leaf" Orf
- Mateja "qpert" Mijović
- Jake "jakee" Anderson
- Dylan "runi" Cade
The team has had a few changes to its coaching role as well. The biggest change was obviously yay and Vanity leaving the roster in March 2023. Cloud9 signed two new players in Jakee and runi towards the end of May 2023.
100 Thieves has announced its full Valorant roster shortly after signing Crycells earlier. With Sean Gares no longer the Head coach on the team, things will look quite different in the 100 Thieves playstyle.
Earlier 100Thieves had announced Mikes as the new Head coach for the team.
Here is 100Thieves VALORANT roster:
- Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk
- Sean "bang" Bezerra
- Derrek "Derrek" Ha
- Brenden "stellar" McGrath
- Matthew "Cryocells" Panganiban
- Zander "thwifo" Kim
The assistant coach JamezIRL left the team in April 2023. 100Thieves also signed thwifo on April 26, 2023.
World Champion acquisitions
Sentinels have announced the signings of Sacy and Pancada to their Valorant roster. The Sentinels roster is beginning to take shape.
The team has also signed former XSET coach Don "SyykoNT" Muir as the Head Coach and Adam "kaplan" Kaplan as the strategic coach.
On October 12, Sentinels confirmed Tenz is here to stay. Tenz has been one of most skilled players in Valorant, only eclipsed by Yay in recent times.
Sentinels sign Dephh
On October 18, Sentinels completed their 5th Valorant signing. Joining the star-studded team is former XSET player, Dephh. The 30-year-old player brings with him immense experience and a sizeable boost in firepower.
With this expeirence across different maps and his ability to lead players to success, Sentinels fans can expect a very competitive roster for VCT 2023.
A SicK signing
But five players is not enough. One day later, Sentinels announced the signing of sicK to their valorant roster. The 24-year-old player will continue on the Sentinels roster for the next season. SicK has been part of the Sentinels Valorant roster last season, but has remained inactive for the most part.
Here's what Sentinels VALORANT roster looks like;
- Zachary "zekken" Patrone
- Bryan "pANcada" Luna
- Gustavo "Sacy" Rossi
- Jimmy "Marved" Nguyen
- Tyson "TenZ" Ngo
NRG has officially signed Chet to its Valorant roster.
NRG announced ardiis is joining their Valorant roster on November 12.
The team added ethos to its roster on March 30.
December 1 - Thwifo joins
NRG announced yet another addition to its Valorant roster. 20-year-old Zander "thwifo" Kim will join the squad and will hope to be a part of an award-winning lineup for 2023. With experienced players such as FNS and Yay on the roster, the youngster will have a lot to learn from the veterans.
He has previously competed on teams such as XSET and T1 esports, but he was inactive for quite some time. It will be interesting to see how he integrates into the star-studded roster.
Evil Geniuses announced its Valorant roster on November 17. The roster includes several well-known players and seems to have been crafted with expertise. The team's coach is Potter who has often made some difficult decisions. However, Evil Geniuses continues to be one of the top performing teams in the VCT NA Regional league 2023.
The VCT Champs winners announced Tuyz and cauanzivnlr as their players for the upcoming season.
Kru retained two players from its original roster. Nicolas “Klaus” Ferrari and Juan “NagZ” Pablo Lopez continue their Kru journey. Joining them on the team are Alexandre “xand” Zizi, Santiago “Daveeys” Gavlis Ruiz, Marco “Melser” Amaro, and Carlos “axeddy” Galvão.
Kru will compete in the NA division of the Valorant Champions Tour 2023.
FURIA's roster includes qck, Khalil, mazin, dgzin, mwzera. The org has also signed Vitor 'kon4n' Hugo as a substitute.
MIBR decided to continue with the majority of its roster into the VCT 2023 season. The MIBR roster includes jzz, frz, heat, murizzz, RgLM, and TxoziN
Fnatic sign Leo
On October 16, Fnatic announced their first player signing - Leo from Guild esports. The 18-year-old Swedish player has been a part of Guild Esports since 2020 and has helped his team put up some commendable performances through the past few months. Known for his versatility and agents such as Astra, Brim and more, Leo provides the flexibility required for Fnatic's first year in Valorant franchise.
Fnatic announces full Valorant roster
On November 10, Fnatic announced its complete Valorant roster. The roster includes several familiar names for Fnatic fans.
Fnatic's Valorant roster is as follows:
- Jake “Boaster” Howlett
- Nikita “Derke” Sirmitev
- Emir “Alfajer” Beder
- Leo “Leo” Jannesson
- Timofey “Chronicle” Khromov
The roster has remained the same with one single addition to the roster. Maks "kamyk" Rychlewski joined Fnatic in January 2023.
Team Liquid's VALORANT roster took on a new look with the signings of nAts, Sayf and Redgar. Meanwhile Bacon9 was promoted to Head coach in November 11.
Here's Team Liquid's VALORANT roster:
- Dom "soulcas" Sulcas
- Elias "Jamppi" Olkkonen
- Dmitriy "dimasick" Matvienko
- Ayaz "nAts" Akhmetshin
- Igor "Redgar" Vlasov
- Saif "Sayf" Jibraeel
- Nico "Harmii" Harms
Here is Team Vitaltiy's VALORANT roster:
- Jokūbas "ceNder" Labutis
- Santeri "BONECOLD" Sassi
- Michał "MOLSI" Łącki
- Tomas "Destrian" Linikas
- Karel "Twisten" Ašenbrener
Here is Karmine Corps VALORANT roster:
- Nabil "Nivera" Benrlitom
- Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom
- Ryad "Shin" Ensaad
- Alexandre "xms" Forté
- Ahmed "ZE1SH" Sheikh
Team Heretics have announced the signing of former G2 superstar - Mixwell. Mixwell is infamous for his ability to lead teams to glory and shape their playstyle.
The team later added zeek, Boo, AvovA and weber to the roster. Weber joined as the team's coach while neilzinho was the Headcoach. Following a change in zeek's status, he took a break from playing. Heretics decided to shift weber to a player from the coach's role.
Here's Team Heretic's VALORANT roster:
- Wassim "keloqz" Cista
- Óscar "mixwell" Colocho
- Auni "AvovA" Chahade
- Ričardas "Boo" Lukaševičius
- Brandon "weber" Weber
Here is GIANTS VALORANT roster:
- Adolfo "Fit1nho" Gallego
- Aaro "hoody" Peltokangas
- Žygimantas "nukkye" Chmieliauskas
- Emir "rhyme" Muminovic
- Kirill "Cloud" Nehozhin
- Kyrylo "ANGE1" Karasov
- Mehmet "cNed" İpek
- Dmitry "SUYGETSU" Ilyushin
- Andrey "Shao" Kiprsky
- Pontus "Zyppan" Eek
With a mix of experience in the form of ANGE1's leadership and some exceptional skill in the form of other players, NAVI presents a formidable foe for anyone who is on the opposite team.
Here is FUT Esports' VALORANT roster:
- Buğra "mojj" Kiraz
- Doğukan "qRaxs" Balaban
- Konur "qw1" Şahin
- Furkan "MrFaliN" Yeğen
- Ata "ATA KAPTAN" Tan
- Serhat "Muj" Yüksel
Here is KOI's VALORANT roster:
- Jose "koldamenta" Herrero
- Bogdan "Sheydos" Naumov
- Nikita "trexx" Cherednichenko
- Berkant "Wolfen" Joshkun
- Patryk "starxo" Kopczyński
After announcing its inital roster in mid-December, KOI signed starxo in January. The team signed Bambino as the assistant coach and analyst in February 2023.
BBL esports announced its first Valorant roster signing in Brave. Brave has previously played for Fnatic and helped the EMEA team put up a commendable performance on the international stage. The team announced several more signings a few days later.
Here is BBL Esports' VALORANT roster:
- Ali "AsLanM4shadoW" Balta
- Doğukan "QutionerX" Dural
- Mehmet "Turko" Özen
- Eren "Brave" Kasırga
- İbrahim "SouhcNi" Sağır
- Hüseyin "aimDLL" Kabişteke
SouhcNi joined the team in January. In April, the team lost its Head Coach (Vlad) with Epic being promoted to the Head Coach role.
Zeta Division retained its core roster with a few changes. The org signed barce while Reita moved on to DetonatioN Gaming (now DetonatioN FocusMe). In December, makiba joined Crazy Raccoon.
Here's Zeta Division's VALORANT roster
- Koji "Laz" Ushida
- Tomoaki "crow" Maruoka
- Yuma "Dep" Hashimoto
- Shota "SugarZ3ro" Watanabe
- Tenta "TENNN" Asai
- Ryo "barce" Takebayashi
Detonation FocusMe (earlier DetonatioN Gaming)
Detonation Gaming's VALORANT roster features players from multiple teams. They have players from ZETA Division, Northeption, REJECT as well as Crazy Raccoon. While they have acquired players from other orgs, they have also help in-house talent to rise to the top. Three players, Suggest, HSK and Melofovia, were promoted from the DetonatioN Gaming White.
Here's DetonatioN FocusMe's VALORANT roster:
- Seo "Suggest" Jae-young
- Ryumon "Reita" Oshiro
- Tomoki "xnfri" Moriya
- Yoshitaka "Anthem" Enomoto
- Park "Seoldam" Sang-min
- Shogo "takej" Takemori
Gen.G announced its complete Valorant roster for VCT 2023 on October 21. The roster sees Elmapuddy appear as the Headcoach and features a lineup of six Korean players.
Here is Gen.G's VALORANT roster:
- Yeom "eKo" Wang-ryong
- Lee "k1Ng" Seung-won
- Kim "Meteor" Tae-O
- Yu "TS" Tae-seok
- Kim "GodDead" Sung-sin
- Ko "Sylvan" Young-sub
T1's VALORANT roster has a completely new look in the new year. Originally led by Joshua "steel" Nissanm the org had a mix of experience and high-skilled players. In October 2022, Beomjun and Sayaplayer joined the roster. Carpe, yet another big Overwatch name, joined T1 esports on November 11, 2023.
Here is T1's VALORANT roster:
- Son "xeta" Seon-ho
- Byeon "Munchkin" Sang-beom
- Joseph "ban" Seungmin Oh
- Ha "Sayaplayer" Jung-woo
- Lee "Carpe" Jae-hyeok
- Kang "iNTRO" Seung-gyun
In 2023, Beomjun left the team while iNTRO joined the active squad. There have been changes to the coaching role as well with CheongGak joining in March.
The DRX VALORANT roster, no surprises here, retained itsplayers from the previous lineup. There was one new addition in the form of Foxy9 in October 2022, however, the org has not signed any new players in 2023.
- Kim "stax" Gu-taek
- Goo "Rb" Sang-min
- Kim "Zest" Gi-seok
- Byung-chul "BuZz" Yu
- Kim "MaKo" Myeong-kwan
- Jung "Foxy9" Jae-sung
This is the same roster that had a massive winstreak in 2021. However, despite being an overhwleming favorite in many international tournaments in 2022, DRX has so far failed to win when it matters the most. Maybe 2023 will be different.
Tean Secret made a few changes to its roster at the end of 2022. The team is still led by JessieVash and features some familiar names such as DubsteP and BORKUM. Here's Team Secret's complete VALORANT roster.
- Jessie "JessieVash" Cristy Cuyco
- Jayvee "DubsteP" Paguirigan
- Jim "BORKUM" Timbreza
- Jeremy "Jremy" Cabrera
- Adrian "invy" Reyes
- Lionel "lenne" Lim
Paper Rex retained the majority of its VALORANT roster. They added CigaretteS to further bolster the roster. Here is Paper Rex VALORANT roster:
- Aaron "mindfreak" Leonhart
- Jason "f0rsakeN" Susanto
- Benedict "Benkai" Tan
- Khalish "d4v41" Rusyaidee
- Wang "Jinggg" Jing Jie
- Patiphan "CigaretteS" Posri
- Ilya "something" Petrov
Something joined the Paper Rex VALORANT roster on March 22, 2023.
Rex Regum Qeon
Team RRQ announced their first player signing for VCT 2023 - Kelly "kellyS" Sedillo. The 22-year-old player has been part of the org's Valorant roster since January of 2022 and will continue to represent the team in franchising.
Here is Rex Regum Qeon's VALORANT roster:
- James "2geMONSTAH" Goopio
- Emmanuel "Emman" Morales
- Eroll Jule "EJAY" Delfin
- David "xffero" Monangin
- Saibani "fl1pzjder" Rahmad
- Hagai "Lmemore" Tewuh
October 25: Talon esports signs its VALORANT roster. The roster comprises the following players:
- Thanamethk "Crws" Mahatthananuyut
- Itthirit "foxz" Ngamsaard
- Panyawat "sushiboys" Subsiriroj
- Patiphan "patt" Chaiwong
- Apiwat "GarnetS" Apiraksukumal
- Jittana "JitboyS" Nokngam
The next day, the org signed Zeus as the head coach and HeadHawk as the team manager.
Just days before the start of the VCT Regional League towards the end of March, Talon parted ways with coach In "Creative" Moo-keun replacing him with Aaron "b0i" Thao.
Global Esports has signed Ayrin
XSET star Ayrin has signed with Indian esports organization Global Esports. Global Esports was founded in 2017 and has featured teams in Overwatch, Fortnite, Valorant and more. The team has expanded beyond India and is one of the few teams to be involved in Riot Games' franchise system for Valorant.
October 17 - Global Esports announces three more players
On October 17, Global Esports announced the signing of three more players - Bazzi, Wronski and Texture. The announcement was accompanied with an exuberant video that is sure to get you grooving.
Global Esports completes Valorant roster
After announcing a few of its players initially, Global esports revealed its complete roster. The roster features players from four different countries, including multiple from India. This will be the first time we will see Indian Valorant players competing on the International staeg. Leading the team is Ayrin who brings Tier 1 experience having competed against the very best teams in the world. Whether Global esports roster is competitive and can challenge the best teams remains to be seen, but for now, Global Esports is one of the first teams to have announced their complete roster.
Global Esports Valorant roster:
- Jordan "AYRIN" He
- Park "Bazzi" Jun-ki
- Michael "WRONSKI" Wronski
- Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar
- Abhirup "Lightningfast" Choudhury
- Cahya "Monyet" Nugraha
- Kim "t3xture" Na-ra
- Bhavin "HellrangeR" Kotwani (inactive)
- Jayanth "skillZ" Ramesh (inactive)
- Akshay "KappA" Sinkar (inactive)
These are confirmed rosters for all three regions of the VCT Regional League. The second Masters event of the season is VCT Tokyo Masters that takes place in June 2023.
Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest Valorant news and updates.