Enigma Gaming has been one of the most well-known brands in the Indian Valorant esports scene for the past few years. The team has achieved success in a number of independent competitions and has even advanced to an APAC Challengers level of VCT 2022. According to online sources, popular esports organisation Orangutan may be interested in signing Enigma Gaming’s current Valorant roster, which includes Norbu “Karam1L” Tsering, Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose, Rishi “RvK” Vijayakumar, Karan “excali” Mhaswadkar, and Akram “Rawfiul” Virani. Enigma Gaming Valorant roster
Sources: Orangutan are in talks to sign the Enigma Gaming roster. 🇮🇳
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- Akram “Rawfiul” Virani (India)
- Sabyasachi “Antidote” Bose (India)
- Rishi “RvK” Vijayakumar (India)
- Karan “Excali” Mhaswadkar (India)
- Jm “Tesseract” Ignacio (Philippines)
The roster’s other essential player, Jm “Tesseract” Ignacio, is apparently not going to participate in the aforementioned trade because he is still bound by his contract. If the proposal is approved, Enigma Gaming’s current roster would be without an org and would have to consider reassembling the Tesseract-centered team.
In the finals of The Esports Club Challenger Series 8, Tesseract played his last matches with Orangutan. The team finished third after defeating Anaadi Army, Medal Esports, and Revenant Esports, but ultimately fell short against the eventual champions Enigma Gaming twice in Playoffs. In the best-of-five grand final of the second season of Skyesports Pro Invitational, Velocity Gaming defeated Antidote and his squad, preventing them from winning back-to-back championships.
In addition to having perfect synchronisation, they also have a lot of firepowers. A club like Enigma’s present roster will definitely excite prestigious firms like Orangutan. Starting in late September, Orangutan gradually cut four of its members from the team: Aduka, Ghost, Vibhor, and Ember. On its current roster, only Mustafa “ShooterR” Kamal is still active. In preparation for upcoming national Valorant events, the Indian organisation is trying to rebuild its team.