VALORANT Challengers 2023 North America Split 1: Final results
The first official Valorant tournament of 2023 with North American teams is here. Here’s all you need to know including the prize pool, format, schedule and more.
How Disguised Toast started his $500,000 VALORANT team
Here’s how Disguised Toast created his VALORANT team Disguised with $500,000 a year and how they qualified for their first VCT Challengers.
DisguisedToast reportedly paying his Valorant players over $5000 a month
OfflineTV star DisguisedToast is currently “having to stay in and play video games” to acquire funding for his recently established VCT Challengers roster.
OpTic Yay: “The thing with FNS as a leader is doesn’t complain about his problems or health. Despite his own personal struggles, he’s able to rally the team and lead by example”
He talks about the team’s surprise Brimstone + Icebox pick against XSET.
c9w meL: “I’m not competing for the money, or the GC prize pool, or being the ‘best female player’ or being on the ‘best female team’ and neither are my team-mates.”
In a letter to fans, Cloud9 White’s Melanie “meL” Capone spoke on her motivations, competing against the world’s best, and knowing what’s best for her future financially.
Blake Van Poucke
Knights Frosty: “We’ve been focusing hard on our other maps, so we aren’t just Ascent one-tricks”
The Pittsburgh Knights pulled off a surprising victory against Rise Nation in Group B of VCT NA Challengers Stage 1.