Ludwig Ahgren, a co-owner of Moist Esports, made the statement that the company has entered the professional Valorant scene by signing the North American Challengers squad BreakThru. This move was taken to compete in the North American Challengers tournament.
According to Ludwig, a co-owner of the BreakThru roster, Moist Esports will be making their official debut in the Valorant esports organization now that they have signed on. This is because of the fact that they have joined the organization. During the time that Tarik was co-streaming VCT LOCK/IN on his channel, the information was provided by the content producer. The revelation was made public after publishing a narrative that suggested a connection between Moist Esports and the NA Challengers squad.
BreakThru is currently in a position somewhere near the bottom of its group in the NA Challengers. Also, The team’s record stands at 1-1, which puts them in Pool A. Tanishq “Tanizhq” Sabharwal, a former coach for Vitality, is now the team’s leader. The roster includes players who formerly competed for Ghost Gaming and FaZe Clan.
Moist Esports is now a part of BreakThru in Valorant
Since joining Moist Esports in January as a co-owner, Ludwig has been dropping hints about the possibility of him getting involved in Riot Games’ esport. Once another content creator, “Disguised Toast, signed his own team, which also qualified for the North American Challengers. The members of the North American Valorant community continued to inquire about the creator’s intentions regarding Valorant.
The Ludwig and Tarik Valorant Invitational was held in Los Angeles during the offseason and included a total of four teams, of which two were VCT partners. Also, Ludwig and Tarik Valorant hosted the tournament. Ludwig and Tarik were responsible for organizing the competition (Sentinels and T1).
As a direct result of Moist Esports’ acquisition of the BreakThru team, the organization is now actively competing in the video games Apex Legends, Rocket League, Guilty Gear Strive, Super Smash Bros., and Valorant.
On February 27, the Moist Esports team will debut for the organization in a Challengers match versus Turtle Troop. Also, the game is scheduled to take place in the United States. Ludwig claims that the team’s name will be the “Moist Moguls” and that they will participate in the competition.
Moist Esports’ Valorant roster:
- Xavier’ flyuh’ Carlson
- Brock ‘brawk’ Somerhalder
- Tyler’ sym’ Porter
- Brady ‘thief’ Dever
- Alex ‘aproto’ Protopapas