Disguised announces roster change ahead of Challengers Split 2 in Valorant

Just a few days after picking up the superstar of Valorant, Jaccob ‘yeah’ Whiteaker, Disguised have announced that they will be making another change to their lineup. The departure of Canadian player Damion ‘XXiF’ Cook, who has been a squad member since it was formed in January, was announced by Disguised on Twitter.

The news comes just a few days after Disguised caused a stir in the Valorant scene by acquiring the services of Yay, a former player affiliated with OpTic and Cloud9 and was largely considered the best player in the world throughout 2022. What the team referred to as “role issues” ultimately resulted in the star duelist’s departure from Cloud9 at an earlier-than-expected date. 

Shortly after the reveal of Yay, the owner of the team, Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang, hinted that there may be one more change to the roster before Split 2, despite the fact that he emphasized that everything was still up in the air. Yay is now a member of the team.

Who would be an excellent candidate to take XXiF’s seat on Disguised?

Independent reporter George Geddes claims that former Soniqs player Michael “nerve” Yerrow has tried out for the team Disguised; however, it is currently unknown whether or not he will be invited to join the squad officially.

Jake’ Stewie2 K’ Yip, a former professional player in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, disclosed earlier this week that he had also tried out for the club. According to him, he was informed that it was likely that he would not be selected for the position. The Challengers Split 2 begins on April 20, and the first match for Disguised is scheduled to be against Oxygen Esports. The team has less than a week to complete their squad for the competition.

Disguised Valorant roster:

  • Joshua’ steel’ Nissan
  • Amgalan ‘Genghsta’ Nemekhbayar
  • Jaccob ‘yay’ Whiteaker
  • Joseph’ clear’ Allen
  • Chris ‘riku’ Piasecki (substitute)
  • Kyle’ OCEAN’ O’Brien (coach)

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