Team Dignitas has announced it is dropping its men’s VALORANT roster. The organization will temporarily move out of men’s VALORANT but continues to field a women’s roster.
Dignitas drops its men’s VALORANT roster
Dignitas entered VALORANT in August 2020 but has failed to find success in Riot Games’ FPS game. A string of poor results could not match the high expectations from the roster. Dignitas will drop its men’s roster but the organization has emphasized it will continue to support its women’s roster.
Dignitas has made the difficult decision to no longer field one of our two VALORANT rosters, parting ways with psalm, Dephh, Rara, Ryann and Makka.
The North American organization is actively searching for a new home for its players, the announcement reads. The announcement comes days after the organization had announced a few changes to its VALORANT roster. Dignitas benched Harrison "psalm" Chang and announced it was trialing Gianfranco "koalanoob" Potesti. Despite the changes, Dignitas could not make an impact in the Nerd Street Gamers 2021: Monthly March losing 0-2 to Ghost Gaming.
What’s next for the roster?
Former Dignitas player, Rory "dephh" Jackson confirmed the original Dailyesports.gg article. While Dignitas will drop support for the roster, the players will continue together in the next VALORANT tournament. They will take part g in the upcoming VALORANT Championship Tour whose open qualifiers kick off on April 1. In his tweet, dephh implied he will take a short break from the game and then evaluate his options.
Dignitas is not leaving VALORANT
The esports organization emphasized it is not leaving the FPS game even as it dropped its men’s roster. The announcement makes no mention of a possible return to the men's squad.
Dignitas continues to be an avid supporter of VALORANT,” the organization’s announcement reads. “We will continue to field our women’s VALORANT roster.
Dignitas female recently took part in the VALORANT Champions Tour 2021: Game Changers North America Series 1. The team finished fourth losing to the eventual grand finalists, CLG Red in the lower bracket round 3. The women's roster participates in VALORANT and CSGO tournaments.
Here is a list of the Dignitas players who are in search of a new home in VALORANT:
- Rory “dephh” Jackson.
- Bryan “MAKKA” Drouillard.
- Noah “rare” Giesbrecht.
- Ryan “ryann” Welsh.
- Harrison “psalm” Chan.