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❘ 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.
- aspas reportedly set to sign with Leviatán
- 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.
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
2024 offseason tracker for Valorant league rosters
- Moist and Shopify combine Valorant rosters and sign roster of brawk, flyuh, mada, thief, v1c.
- aspas set to sign with Leviatán, according to Blix.gg.
- qw1 announces he is looking for other offers while still under contract with FUT.
- Global Esports announce the signing of former TENSTAR and Guild player Russ.
- FNS announces his departure from NRG to focus on streaming.
- Team Liquid has reached an agreement with Enzo, according to Blix.gg.
- Saadhak issues an update after reports of him potentially re-signing with LOUD and says he’s still open to proposals with other teams while talking about renewing his contract with the org.
- RRQ will sign SCARZ’s duelist Jemkin after EJAY’s departure, according to Blix.gg
- Talon Esports moves Patiphan, JitboyS, garnetS, and Crws to their reserve in the VCT contract database.
- Havoc is LOUD’s preferred replacement for aspas, according to Brazilian leaker Noyn.
- Loud and Saadhak have come to an agreement and the IGL should re-sign with the organization, according to The Enemy.
- KRÜ is close to signing Chilian up-and-comer mta from Furious Gaming, according to Spanish content creator Lembo.
- RRQ release EJAY.
- NAVI benched player cNed is trying out for FUT Esports, according to Esporkolik.
- Team Secret officially part ways with DubsteP and Lenne.
- Global Esports confirm that Lightningfast will continue to be part of the roster for the 2024 season.
- Global Esports are close to signing Indian player, according to insider Seulgi.
- Global Esports officially part ways with Bazzi.
- Vitality announce the signing of Macedonian player runneR, who last played for Diamant Esports.
- Benkai joins Global Esports from Paper Rex, the Indian organization has confirmed.
- Paper Rex confirm the signing of Monyet from Global Esports.
- Cloud9 bid farewell to Zellsis, runi, qpert, mCe and leaf, confirming leaf’s departure from the team.
- NAVI removes coach LATEKS from VCT contract database.
- Global Esports CEO says there will be Indian players in their new lineup.
- Global Esports say goodbye to Monyet on social media, confirming his exit from the team.
- FURIA are joining the race for Brazilian superstar aspas, according to Brazilian insider Noyn.
- M80 are reportedly signing nitr0, who recently retired from CS:GO.
- Sentinels announces the signing of Zellsis as a substitute for the 2024 season.
- NRG bids farewell to s0m.
- FURIA reportedly interested in signing 16-year-old Sato, according to The Enemy. He will be eligible to play in 2025 when he turns 18.
- Leviatán removes onur and Torito from VCT contract database.
- Sentinels confirm the signing of johnqt.
- Cloud9 removes leaf and Zellsis from VCT contract database.
- soulcas announces he is a restricted free agent and that his time with Team Liquid has ended.
- Fnatic assistant coach slk announces that he has been given permission to explore his options.
- Global Esports confirms the departure of South Korean player t3xture.
- RRQ signs Estrella for the 2024 VCT season
- MIBR removes heat and murizzz from the VCT contract database.
- NRG removes ardiis from the VCT contract database.
- Karmine Corp have reportedly reached a verbal agreement to sign former GMT Esports player Marteen, according to Blix.gg.
- DRX renews contracts for stax, Zest, Rb and MaKo through 2026.
- 100 Thieves confirms Derrek’s exit from the team.
- 100 Thieves confirms stellar’s exit from the team.
- Rex Regum Qeon says they have signed a player from Korea in a meet-and-greet session, as reported by VALO2ASIA.
- Dimasick announces his free agency.
- Leviatán reportedly offered a contract to aspas, according to Spanish content creator Lembo.
- Global Esports’ t3xture is removed from the contract database.
- Bazzi announces Global Esports allowed him to seek opportunities.
- T1 signs xccurate, k1Ng, and iZu for the 2024 season.
- LOUD removes Saadhak, Tuyz and Less from the VCT contract database
- NRG removes s0m and ethos from the VCT contract database
- Sentinels removed Marved from the VCT contract database and extended TenZ’s contract to 2024
- 100 Thieves removes Derrek and Stellar from the VCT contract database
- Evil Geniuses reportedly allows the starting roster to explore options or stay on the team with pay cuts.
- Tacolilla announces his contract with Leviatán is ending and he is allowed to explore options with other teams.
- Cloud9 reportedly signing vanity and OXY, according to Blix.gg.
- M80 thank johnqt for his time with the team, confirming his exit from the organization.
- Vitality reportedly signing Estonian player Kicks, according to Blix.gg.
- ZE1SH is reportedly set to re-sign with Karmine Corp. for next season, according to LEC Wooloo.
- aspas announces his contract with LOUD has ended and his status as a free agent.
- Sentinels reportedly signing johnqt as their IGL for the 2024 season, according to a report from Blix.gg.
- Vitality part ways with benched player MOLSI.
- mini confirms that he has stepped down from his Fnatic head coach role in search of a better work-life balance. He says that the roles he is mostly interested in are assistant coach and general manager.
- T1 player ban is removed from the VCT contract database.
- Team Liquid add Harmii to the active roster. He was previously registered as an emergency substitute.
- Giants remove analyst Milan from the VCT contract database.
- Team Secret remove lenne and DubsteP from the VCT contract database. Both players had been given permission to explore their options.
- Team Liquid remove dimasick from the VCT contract database.
- ZE1SH and head coach pm have been removed from Karmine Corp’s team in the VCT contract database.
- mojj and Muj are no longer registered to FUT Esports in the VCT contract database.
- BBL’s players AsLanMshadW, QutionerX, aimDLL, Turko, and SouhcNi, as well as head coach Epic, have been removed from the contract database.
- Fnatic head coach mini has been removed from the VCT contract database.
- cgrs removed from Paper Rex‘s lineup in the VCT contract database.
- Talon Esports head coach Zeus removed from VCT contract database.
- Talon Esports decides to part ways with foxz and sushiboys.
- RRQ’s Emman was removed from the lineup in the VCT contract database with confirmation from the org.
- Munchkin and iNTRO have been removed from T1 in the VCT contract database
- Seoldam, Suggest, Reita, and head coach Melofovia have been removed from Detonation FocusMe in the VCT contract database.
- Ayrin announces his contract with Global Esports has ended
- tex announces that he is no longer part of The Guard’s roster, which has been linked with G2 Esports in recent days.
- Cloud9’s overhaul continues as the North American organization has given in-game leader runi permission to explore his options.
- Cloud9 have decided to part ways with head coach mCe, who has been with the organization since October 2022.
- Team Heretics are close to signing Turkish youngster Wo0t, who plays for Fire Flux Esports, Blix.gg reports.
- Paper Rex have reached an agreement to sign Monyet from Global Esports, according to Blix,gg, which also reports that GE will sign BlaZek1ng from BOOM Esports.
- Former Evil Geniuses assistant coach Zikz has agreed to join 100 Thieves as their new head coach, Blix.gg reports.
- Swedish player Sayf is on his way out of Team Liquid and will join Vitality, according to a report by Blix.gg.
- Sentinels drop a major hint that TenZ is staying with the team for the 2024 season.
- ardiis is reportedly returning to Europe for the 2024 VCT season, according to Blix.gg. He will join his former teammates from FunPlus Phoenix, who now play under NAVI.
- Evil Geniuses coach Zikz announces he has parted ways with the team.
- G2 Esports reportedly entered into verbal agreements to sign some of The Guard’s former players and will take over the VCT Americas slot, according to Blix.gg.
- Team Liquid’s Sayf rejects the rumors linking him with KOI. “I will clarify this: I have nothing to do with KOI,” he said on his stream.
- Gen.G parts ways with players k1Ng, TS, eKo, Sylvan, and GodDead, as well as with coaches Elmapuddy and bail. This leaves Meteor as the only player who is staying from the 2023 lineup.
- Evil Geniuses announces that the majority of its reserve roster and staff including Reformed, Apoth, Icy, BcJ and coach zeck are available to sign with other teams with no buyouts. Screwface is still on the EG roster as they “continue to explore options together.”
- Giants Gaming announces the departure of IGL Rhyme as the player has decided to focus on school instead of competition.
- Ex-Cloud9 player Zellsis announces he is now an unrestricted free agent.
- FURIA are close to hiring Koy as their new head coach, according to The Enemy. The Brazilian coach is currently working for Vivo Keyd Stars.
- Team Secret player lenne reveals that he has been given permission to explore his options as a restricted free agent.
- MIBR confirms murizzz’s exit from the team.
- Popular content creator xQc reveals that he is considering acquiring the former The Guard squad, which holds a spot in the VCT Americas league.
- Danish player AvovA says that Heretics have allowed him to explore his options in the off-season.
- Team Secret player DubsteP reveals that he has been given permission to explore his options as a restricted free agent.
- Brazilian duelist heat announces that he is no longer under contract with MIBR.
- Team Heretics have reached a verbal agreement with MiniBoo, Blix.gg reports. The Lithuanian, who last played for Case Esports, is the brother of Heretics player Boo.
- Team Secret are set to part ways with head coach Warbirds, according to VLR.gg reporter Seulgi.
- T1 are close to signing Australian player tixx, formerly of Gods Reign, The Spike reports.
- KRÜ Esports announces that Daveeys passed away on Sunday due to a medical issue. He was 23.
- LOUD captain Saadhak confirms that he has held talks with NRG coach Chet Singh, but insists that nothing is set in stone.
- G2 Esports and FlyQuest are interested in signing the former The Guard roster, according to Spanish content creator Lembo.
- NagZ reveals on Twitter that KRÜ Esports have given him permission to explore his options. The Chilean player has been with KRÜ since January 2021.
- Karmine Corp has reached a verbal agreement with former Gambit coach Engh to take charge of the team, Blix.gg reports. He last worked with TSM as an assistant coach.
- Vitality announce that MOLSI has been moved to the bench and can explore his options for the new season.
- Paper Rex announce that they are open to offers for Benkai, who has been on the bench since June. On X/Twitter, the player said that he’s “ready to relocate”.
- MIBR are interested in signing the former FURIA duo of qck and mazin, according to a report by The Enemy.
- FURIA confirms the departure of mazin.
- MIBR player Murizz announces that he has been moved to the bench and is looking for other opportunities. According to The Enemy, the team will be built around RgLM and coach bzkA.
- NIP announce the roster that will be representing the organization in VCT China. It consists of Spring, YRSelect, Eren, JayH, and Bryce, with Fayde as the head coach.
- Paper Rex allows Benkai to look for offers
- qck and FURIA have parted ways, the Brazilian organization has announced.
- ScreaM confirms he is out of Karmine Corp. as the team is “shut down” and will be exploring his options for the 2024 season.
- Both FURIA and MIBR are interested in signing Union player raafa, according to The Enemy.
- The Guard will not be joining VCT Americas for the 2024 season. The team is releasing its players and coach so they can sign to a new team without a buyout, according to a report by Win.gg.
- Team Vitality has reached an agreement with Macedonian player runneR for 2024 season, according to Blix.gg.
- Team Heretics are parting ways with AvovA and Keloqz and switching Boo’s role, while Mixwell’s future is uncertain as he is considering whether he wants to continue competing, according to a report by Blix.gg.
- Bleed officially parted ways with juicy and Nephh.
- FURIA Esports part ways with Duelist dgzinNn.
- KRÜ Esports substitute axeddy has announced that the organization has allowed him to look for other offers while still under contract.
- Bleed talent juicy confirms that he will not be able to play in the Pacific league next year because of the VCT age restriction. He adds that he will complete his military service in 2024.
- Karmine Corp is looking to restructure its Valorant roster with both ScreaM and Nivera potentially hitting the free-agent market, according to a report by Blix.gg.
- Global Esports are expected to replace SkRossi in the off-season, according to a report by Win.gg.
- NAVI are on the lookout for a replacement for cNed, according to a report by Blix.gg.
- Turkish player Muj announces that he is on his way out of FUT Esports and is open to offers.
- Cloud9 backup player qpert has been given permission to explore his options ahead of the 2024 season, he has announced.
- FURIA part ways with head coach Carlão, who had been with the organization since January 2021.
- NRG are likely to overhaul their roster in the off-season, according to a report by Win.gg, with crashies and Victor the only players whose spots are not under threat.
- MIBR are interested in signing xand (00 Nation), silentzz (formerly of RED Canids), and havoc (The Union) for the 2024 season, according to a report from Valorant Zone.
- Paper Rex will be without Jinggg for the 2024 VCT season as he will have to complete his military service, the team’s head coach has confirmed.
- VCT Pacific team ZETA DIVISION is inviting applications for its Valorant team for the 2024 VCT season. The Japanese organization is looking for players, coaches and analysts.
- Disguised Toast announces he is thinking of starting a Valorant team again and is looking for a head coach.
- DRX substitute BeYN has announced that he is a restricted free agent and looking for other opportunities.
- Gentle Mates substitute APO has announced that he is exploring options for 2024 while also still in talks to re-sign with the French team.
- Team Liquid’s Jamppi has signed a new contract with the organization until 2026, according to the VCT Global Contract Database.
- RRQ have announced that they have parted ways with coach Yb.
- The Guard’s JonahP enters free agency, according to George Geddes.
- The Guard’s Valyn and neT will reportedly enter free agency in October, but the team is keen on re-signing them, according to George Geddes.
- MIBR are interested in signing The Union player havoc, KRÜ Esports has also inquired about the player, according to The Enemy.
- Leviatán parts ways with its head coach Onur.
- Global Esports is in talks to sign former BLEED Esports player JayH, according to THESPIKE.
- Global Esports have announced the release of its head coach Eraser.
- 100 Thieves announce they have parted ways with General Manager Ddk.
- ZE1SH has announced that Karmine Corp has allowed him to explore offers for 2024.
- VCT Pacific team DetonatioN FocusMe is holding an open recruitment process for its 2024 roster. Players can apply until August 6.
- Moist Moguls’ roster has been given permission to explore other opportunities for VCT 2024 season.
- MIBR player heat has been moved to the bench and is open to offers from other teams.
- Mais Esports reports that NRG is interested in signing aspas for VCT 2024 season.
- M80 allows its entire team to explore options as unrestricted free agents.
- Esports insider Slasher claims there is a 90% chance aspas is not on LOUD’s roster for the 2024 season.
- FaZe Clan releases its entire Valorant roster.
- Karmine Corp star ScreaM says that he will reflect on his options after his team was eliminated from the VCT EMEA LCQ. The Belgian star also notes that a game is coming out “soon”, in a clear reference to Counter-Strike 2.
- Team Vitality moves BONECOLD to the bench.
- Global Esports announce that WRONSKI has stepped down from the team and retired from pro competition.