The newly assembled KRÜ Esports roster will be debuting in Manchester for Red Bull Home Ground.

KRÜ Esports is the latest team announced to be competing in the Red Bull Home Ground Valorant event. KRU is the second team from the VCT Americas region that will be competing at the event following the announcement that 100 Thieves will also be taking part in the Manchester-located event.

This will be one of the first opportunities for KRÜ Esports fans to watch their new roster. Ahead of the new season, KRU acquired four new signings in xand, daveeys, Melser and axeddy. KRU was one of the teams announced to be joining the VCT Americas league. VCT Americas is one of three new partnered leagues that will start in 2023.

What is the Red Bull Home Ground?

The Red Bull Home Ground 2022 event is the third iteration of this unique tournament. Red Bull Home Ground will pit eight of the best teams from across the globe together as part of the official VCT 2023 Preseason. Red Bull Home Ground focuses on the ‘home and away’ experience with each team getting to select their desired map to be their ‘Home Ground’. Teams will then battle it out across various gruelling stages with fans getting to see multiple best-of-threes and best-of-fives.

Hosted in the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester, Red Bull Home Ground #3 offers an incredible experience with everything on display. From group-stage matches to full best-of-five series featuring the world’s best, this is an event fans will not want to miss.

This event will also be seeing the debut of many new VCT rosters. The highlight of the attendees being Team Liquid. The defending Home Ground champions will be debuting their new superstar roster. The addition of the likes of Team Liquid and 100 Thieves should make for an exciting weekend of Valorant.

Esports.gg will be releasing a complete information article on the Red Bull Home Ground #3 soon.

Stay tuned to Esports.gg for the latest Valorant news and updates.

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