The Valorant roster known as “Disguised Toast,” which will participate in the North American Challengers open qualifiers, has been revealed by well-known streamer Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang.
Disguised Toast has officially assembled a lineup that will compete for a slot in the tier-two competition, with the open qualifications for the NA Challengers League starting on January 9. According to Dot Esports, the former Knights teammates Damion ‘XXiF’ Cook, Drake ‘Exalt’ Branly, and Amgalan ‘Genghsta’ Nemekhbayar make up the Disguised team.
The remaining players in the team are Kyle ‘OCEAN’ O’Brien, Joshua’steel’ Nissan, previously of 100 Thieves and T1, and Joseph ‘clear’ Allen, a former player with FIRST Gaming.
As the squad qualified for the VCT Stage 1 North American Challengers League in 2022, the Knights core had a respectable performance. The club succeeded in making the playoffs, however they were among the first teams eliminated. Steel’s 2022 with T1 was less interesting because the team was unable to qualify for any VCT competitions.
Unmasked Toast Will Introduce the Valiant Squad
In a tweet sent out in October 2022, Disguised Toast made his first allusion to forming a Valorant team by polling his followers on who they thought were the greatest players available for the upcoming 2023 season. The streamer has spent a lot of time playing the game, and his OfflineTv collective has co-streamed expert Valorant battles.
The well-known content creator has been carefully putting up a squad for the tournament while streaming and participating in events. He has more than 2.7 million Twitch followers and more than 3.7 million YouTube subscribers. He recently took part in Ludwig Ahgren’s competition, another streamer chessboxing.
In the first open qualifying for the Challengers Schedule, which takes place between January 9 and 13. Disguised will make their debut in public. The last-chance qualifier, which starts on January 17, will provide the team a second chance at qualifying if they are unable to win one of the four berths in the main competition.
DSG Valorant Roster:
- Damion ‘XXiF’ Cook
- Drake ‘Exalt’ Branly
- Amgalan ‘Genghsta’ Nemekhbayar
- Joshua ‘steel’ Nissan
- Joseph ‘clear’ Allen
- Kyle ‘OCEAN’ O’Brien (coach)
Kyle ‘OCEAN’ O’Brien will serve as the squad’s coach. The team consists of former Knights players and other skilled esports competitors. Disguised will make their debut in the open qualifications, where they will have the opportunity to advance to the main event or, if they don’t, the last-chance qualifier.
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