Team Heretics has taken to Twitter to reveal its complete roster and coaching staff for the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour.

EMEA league teams had been rather quiet when it came to announcing their VCT rosters. Both the Americas and Pacific leagues have been pumping out roster reveals left and right. Well, EMEA is finally stepping up to the plate with their squads. The likes of Navi, Fnatic, and Giants have all come forward with their rosters. Team Heretics joins them with its starting five and coaching staff in place for the 2023 Valorant Champions Tour.

Team Heretics announces its complete 2023 VALORANT roster

The organization has a storied past in Valorant. Team Heretics produced the first major European champions in the esport. First Strike Europe was their triumph in December 2020, besting a SUMN FC team that would eventually be signed by Fnatic.

Since then, it has been an up and down ride. The team never qualified for an international event and found themselves struggling in the Valorant Regional League of Spain. Still, their initial entrance and lengthy dedication to the game netted them a partnership slot.

With that slot intact, so is the Team Heretics 2023 VALORANT Champions Tour roster. It will consist of the following:

  • Wassim “keloqz” Cista
  • Óscar “mixwell” Colocho
  • Aleksander “zeek” Zygmunt
  • Ričardas “Boo” Lukaševičius
  • Auni “AvovA” Chahade
  • Brandon “weber” Weber (Coach)
  • Neil “neilzinho” Finlay (Head Coach)

A reunion of sorts is taking place as nielzinho, AvovA, mixwell, keloqz and zeek, a world champion in 2021 with Acend, are all former G2 Esports members. Then comes Boo from OG LDN UTD and weber from MOUZ.

This team will look to impress early on in 2023 with the kickoff tournament in Brazil. Every partnered team will face off with the winning team providing an extra slot to their region at the eventual Champions event later on in the season.

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