Crazyguy and EgoistVAL out of Bleed esports cover image

Crazyguy and EgoistVAL out of Bleed esports

What’s next for Bleed?

Bleed esports have announced a roster change as they revamp their VALORANT roster. Ngô "crazyguy" Anh moves to the bench on Bleed esports even as fans can expect a few announcements in the next few weeks. 

Crazyguy benched

Bleed esports finished the VCT Pacific Kickoff in the 10-11th place, much below fan expectations. With one of the most impressive players on the roster in the form of Yay, the Bleed roster has been so far rather unimpressive. 

Crazyguyfps has been integral to our success, including our Ascension League triumph. We want to express our deepest gratitude for his dedication, hard work, and the positive impact he has had on our team.

Bleed esports

Their failure to qualify for VCT Masters Madrid or even come close to qualification has been a harsh reality check for the management and fans. Crazyguy has been with the team since October 2022 and has been an integral part of the VALORANT roster. 

Unfortunately, as the team seeks to level up and participate in international events more frequently, it seems Crazyguy is not a part of their plans.

Bleed part ways with EgoistVAL

The other change on the roster is that the org is parting ways with Javier "Egoist" Chua. The Singaporean player joined Bleed in September last year after playing for teams such as SMG, Paper Rex and X10. 

We'd also like to extend our sincere gratitude to EgoistVAL for his time with us. We appreciate his contributions and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

Bleed esports

What is BLEED’s VALORANT roster?

With this move, Bleed esports’ VALORANT Roster is as follows:

  • Derrick "Deryeon" Yee
  • Natchaphon "sScary" Matarat
  • Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker

The team will take part in the VCT Regional league that kicks off next month. VALORANT fans can expect a few announcements before then. 

VCT Masters Madrid is the first International tier VALORANT event of 2024. Featuring eight teams in competition at Madrid, this tournament will crown the first Major winner of the year. The eight teams feature two from each of the four regions - Americas, Asia-Pacific, EMEA and China. This is the first time two teams from China will qualify for an international event via the official VCT Regional qualifiers. 

VCT Masters Madrid takes place from March 14 to 24th. You can catch all the action live on our event page here

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