Tracker Of VALORANT 2022 Offseason Roster Alterations

Tracker Of VALORANT 2022 Offseason Roster Alterations
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Easily keep track of all roster changes.

The first year of the VALORANT Champions Tour is nearly over, and teams are already making preparations for the 2022 season. Many players will find new homes on revamped rosters, and some clubs will return stronger the following year.

Here’s a rundown of all of the big VALORANT roster changes to date.

North America


Oct. 21: T1 Brax transitions to a full-time streamer role

Braxton “brax” Pierce has revealed that he will be leaving the T1 VALORANT roster to stream full-time. He’s now a T1-affiliated streamer and content creator.

Team Envy

Oct. 26: Envy releases mummAy

Anthony “mummAy” DiPaolo has been discharged from Team Envy after spending two months in a reserve role. MummAy is now on trial with Andbox, although it’s uncertain if he’ll be added to the roster.

FaZe Clan

Nov. 2: BabyJ parts ways with FaZe Clan

Hunter “BabyJ” Schline confirmed his departure from FaZe shortly after the North America VCT Last Chance Qualifier. He has now joined forces with Evolved Talent and is optimistic about his career in competitive VALORANT.


SuperMassive Blaze

Oct. 18: pAura looking for new team

Melih “pAura” Karaduran of SuperMassive Blaze claimed he is still under contract with SMB but is “searching for fresh options.” PAura formerly played for Team Heretics before joining SMB in May 2021. The skilled Turkish player is seeking a sentinel post but is open to other options.

Ninjas in Pyjamas

Nov. 2: NiP launches “Ninjas in Brazil”

Ninjas in Pyjamas have declared the relocation of their VALORANT division to Brazil in order to build an “even stronger footing” in Latin America. The team parted ways with Emir “rhyme” Muminovic, Egor “chiwawa” Stepanyuk, Yaroslav “Jady” Nikolaev, Adam “ec1s” Eccles, Charles “CREA” Beauvois, coach Emil “eMIL” Sandgren, and assistant coach Kévin “Ex6TenZ” Droolans.



Nov. 2: NUTURN parts ways with allow and Suggest

NUTURN, a South Korean powerhouse, has lost two more players, Park “allow” Sang-wook and Seo “Suggest” Jae-young. Both athletes were on the original NUTURN roster, and the organization still has just two original members.

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