Its almost been more than one month since Engima Gaming bid farewell to its entire Valorant roster but the released roster finally found its home, Orangutan Esports, a well-known Indian group, made a startling declaration today by disclosing their official Valorant roster for national competitions and VCT 2023. Four former Enigma Gaming athletes are on the squad, along with a fresh Southeast Asian talent. Orangutan Esports Valorant Roster
Numerous players from India and the Philippines are included on the new international roster, along with seasoned local veterans like Sabyasachi. “Antidote” God, Rishi “RVC” Vijayakumar, Akram “Rawfiul” Virani, and two recent additions from the Philippines, Jm “tesseract” Ignacio and Aziz “azis” Nandang. The adjustment follows a turbulent season in which the company struggled to establish itself.
The time has finally come, After almost one year of ups and downs, we are finally ready to fight the battle, presenting to you, Orangutan #VALORANT Roster!!@realantidotecs @rishivjk @rawfiulVLR @tesseractVLR @azyshaha
— Orangutan (@orangutan_gg) January 21, 2023
The time has finally come, After almost one year of ups and downs, we are finally ready to fight the battle, presenting to you, Orangutan #VALORANT Roster!!
The new Valorant lineup of Orangutan Gaming for 2023 is as follows,
- Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose – IGL
- Akram “Rawfiul” Virani
- Rishi “RvK” Vijayakumar
- Jm “tesseract” Ignacio
- Azis “azys” Nandang
This roster 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.
Azys is a surprising but very promising acquisition. He was an essential member of his former squad, South Build Esports, a well-known Southeast Asian esports group. He also brings a wealth of expertise to the table, having competed in numerous APAC and VCT circuits.