NRG Esports Reportedly Eyeing Valorant Star Erick ‘aspas’ Santos Amid Alleged LOUD Roster Schism

According to a report, amid allegations of a schism in the LOUD roster, NRG Esports is eager to sign renowned Valorant player Erick ‘Aspas’ Santos. According to prior reports, Aspas, the team’s standout player, and the other members of the roster are at odds. Esports source Rod ‘Slasher’ Breslau asserted that the squad was experiencing internal problems and that LOUD had just traveled to Brazil without aspas and practiced without him in the starting lineup.

According to a recent report from Mais Esports, NRG Esports is eager to sign Aspas for the 2024 season. Although Valorant Esports’ free-agent period has yet to begin, NRG is already considering its options and has expressed interest in recruiting the top Jett player. When Aspas’ deal with LOUD expires in 2023, he will have the choice of joining one of the other VCT teams or agreeing to a new contract with the Brazilian franchise. NRG, one of the best teams in VCT Americas, finished fourth at Masters Tokyo and third throughout the regular season. LOUD won the VCT Americas regular season but finished 7th or 8th at Masters Tokyo.

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According to reports, NRG is interested in hiring Aspas

According to the article, NRG made inquiries regarding Aspas and Bryan ‘pANcada’ Luna, a former LOUD player, sometime during the 2022–2023 off-season. Aspas returned to LOUD, and pANcada signed with Sentinels; neither player joined the team. During that off-season, NRG hired Sam’s0m’ Oh and Ardis ‘Ardiis’ Svarenieks for the smokes and primary Duelist roles.

On their squad, NRG only has two players with expiring contracts: s0m and backup Alan “ethos” Ruan. However, LOUD has several players whose contracts are up in 2023. Along with spas, the warranties of Matias ‘Saadhak’ Delipetro, Felipe ‘Less’ Basso, and Arthur ‘tuyz’ Vieira are all up this year. The free agency period is scheduled to begin following the conclusion of Valorant Champions 2023, which includes both NRG Esports and LOUD, so fans must wait to see how the off-season pans out. ‘FNS’ Mehta and ‘Victor’ Wong, NRG players, have denied the rumors that NRG wants to sign Aspas for the upcoming season.

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