It has been reported that content producer Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel is interested in playing for the North American Challengers League side Turtle Troop; however, the discussions to sign the Valorant squad have failed. According to recent reports, the North American Challengers League was about to welcome yet another creator-run Valorant team into its fold. Notable content creators such as Ludwig Ahgren and Charles “MoistCr1TiKaL” White Jr.’s Moist Esports and Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang already have their own Valorant squads competing in the league.
It was expected that xQc would be the next creative to sign up for the North American Challengers League and become a member of the Turtle Troop roster. There is a holdup with the signing of the document.
xQc needs help signing up for the Valorant squad. The Turtles’ Troupe
According to the report provided by George Geddes, the talks between Turtle Troop and xQc had come to an impasse. According to the source, the words are still going on, but both parties are becoming increasingly irritated because the original author must be present.
During this time, the former Overwatch professional player has continued to broadcast for more than ten hours each day, and his most recent post on Twitter was on March 17.
During this time, the former Overwatch professional player has continued to broadcast for more than ten hours each day, and his most recent post on Twitter was on March 17. The group did not have the worst record in either their group or the league as a whole, as they finished ahead of Shopify Rebellion in Group A. In addition, MAD Lions and OREsports also finished with records of 1-4 and 0-5, respectively, in Group B.
As the split came to a close, Turtle Troop had accumulated five circuit points for Ascension tournament qualifying. The team would have the opportunity to earn more points toward the promotion event during the next split. The champion of the Ascension tournament will receive an invitation to compete in the VCT Americas league in both 2024 and 2025.
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