Enigma Gaming, a well-known Indian esports organisation, has announced the disbanding of its VALORANT roster. Now that the current competitive season has over, all players and the coaching staff can decide how to proceed. Lukas “yb” Gröning, a Valorant coach for Enigma Gaming, recently departed the Indian esports scene and joined the Indonesian Valorant squad Rex Regum Qeon (RRQ). He was regarded as one of the top instructors in the Indian Valorant scene and was instrumental in Enigma Gaming’s recent successes there.
As we say goodbye to our Valorant roster, we are grateful for all the memories and experiences we have shared together ❤
Thank you for your hard work and dedication. We will always cherish the bond we have formed and the time we have spent together 🏻 pic.twitter.com/aXcdx6shj9
— Enigma Gaming (@EnigmaGaming_gg) December 17, 2022
Enigma Gaming previously announced that Karan “Excali” Mhaswadkar, a professional Valorant player, would be leaving the company. The company expressed its best wishes for him in his future undertakings. Excali responded to the tweet by expressing his gratitude for his year spent working with the company and wishing his former teammates and the management team well.
EG has been moving up the Indian Valorant esports scene’s ladder; they’ve won a number of outside competitions and participated in the most recent APAC Challengers stages of the VCT 2022. Despite finishing poorly in international competitions, the team has made significant progress and has been giving Indian rivals a tough time. The players now have a reputation for having excellent patience in even the most trying situations and for having balanced tactical execution under Antidote’s leadership.
The current Valorant roster of Enigma Gaming (EG), which features Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose and his team, may shortly be acquired by Orangutan. In preparation for upcoming Valorant events in the nation, the Indian organisation Orangutan is striving to rebuild its team. Fans quickly understood what the player was talking about when they heard that switching from one organisation to another is a big step for professional esports players and that they also require time to fit in.