VCT 2024 rostermania tracker: Valorant team rosters and rumors

Published: 2023-09-18T09:00:00

  ❘   Updated: 2023-09-20T21:21:12

The 2024 VCT rostermania season should see multiple rosters and Valorant teams shuffle around their players as the next season looms. Keep track of all the changes and the latest rumors here.

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  • LOUD reportedly set to re-sign Saadhak
  • Paper Rex unveil Monyet as their new fifth player.

The Valorant Champions Tour 2023 season has come to an end as the first year of the partnered league system is now over. Evil Geniuses have lifted the Valorant Champions 2023 trophy, and almost every team in the VCT international leagues is, or should be, looking to make changes to their current lineups to give their squad the best chance of lifting the 2024 trophy.

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The Challengers Leagues across the world showcased many rising talents waiting for an opportunity to prove themselves at the highest level. There are also star players, like Jaccob ‘yay’ Whiteaker, Nicholas ‘nitr0’ Cannella and Anthony ‘vanity’ Malaspina, angling to return to tier 1 play this offseason after some time away.

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ardiis is reportedly joining NAVI, where he will reunite with his former FPX teammates

Many Challengers League squads will be looking to pick up players for the upcoming season as they try to promote into the partner leagues in 2024. But outside of big moves made by those teams, this tracker will only cover roster moves by the 32 teams in the Americas, EMEA and Pacific leagues.

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Note: Rosters are not final and are subject to change.

VCT Americas league rosters

VCT EMEA league rosters

VCT Pacific league rosters

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Lakers Rumors Roundup: Pacers trade ‘dead,’ free of charge agent exercise session established

Even in their tries to transfer on to a System B, the Lakers have however once more achieved an deadlock, some thing that has transpired time and time yet again for the workforce throughout this offseason.

Here’s a glimpse at the most current studies and rumors.

Pacers trade lifeless in the h2o

Immediately after seemingly working into a dead conclude with the Kyrie Irving trade discussions, the Lakers turned again to their system B with the Pacers in new days. Even so, in extremely related trend, all those trade talks have strike a stopping position as well with the Lakers however unwilling to contain draft picks.

As a end result, according to Bob Kravitz of The Athletic, the Lakers and Pacers trade talks are lifeless in the water.

A trade offer that would have observed the Los Angeles Lakers trade Russell Westbrook and a initially-rounder to the Indiana Pacers in return for Myles Turner and Buddy Hield is currently useless, sources inform The Athletic. The Pacers want a 2nd to start with-round selection included to the deal, sources say.

Longtime NBA reporter Marc Stein also verified the two sides had talked over a offer.

Now, it is not completely astonishing that deal did not internet the Lakers two starting-caliber players. The common consensus is that it will price tag the Lakers a person draft decide on to just offload Westbrook’s wage and then at least another decide on to obtain something of benefit in

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News, rumors on all of Wednesday’s deals

NFL free agency is officially beginning.

The deals, of course, have been coming through since Monday, when the NFL’s legal tampering window opened. But Wednesday marks the start of a new league year and, as of 4 p.m. ET, the first day that contracts and trades can officially be processed. And while a number of the top free agents already have chosen their destinations, many more have yet to make up their minds.

Check back with USA TODAY Sports often throughout Wednesday and the entire week for all the latest news and buzz on the free-agent market and what deals could be materializing:

Chris Godwin will be returning to the Buccaneers after receiving the franchise tag for the second straight year.

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Buccaneers, Chris Godwin agree to deal

Chris Godwin, who had the franchise tag applied to him for the second straight year, agreed to a new contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The deal is for three years and $60 million, according to multiple reports.

Godwin was having a stellar 2021 season – having already tallied a career-high 98 receptions – before a torn ACL ended his campaign after 14 games. He was a vital part of the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl-winning team in 2020, and was a Pro Bowl selection in 2019 after posting 86 receptions for 1,333 yards and nine touchdowns. 

The Buccaneers also added former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Russell Gage to the receiving corps for Brady, who came out of a brief retirement on Sunday.

— Jim Reineking

Dolphins add speedster to backfield

The Miami Dolphins continue to be an active participant in the NFL free-agent frenzy.

The team is expected to sign running back Raheem Mostert, the player’s agent confirmed.

Mostert, who was also a

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