All Rosters of Partner Team In VCT 2023
The off-season on the VALORANT competition scene is coming to its logical end. Almost all teams have already staffed and announced updated lineups.
In VCT 2023, the major leagues will compete in three regions: EMEA, Americas, and Pacific. There will be 10 teams in each division. They will play on LAN in Berlin, Los Angeles, and Seoul respectively.
Riot Games say that the selection process spanned months and included written applications, in-depth reviews, and financial reviews. These are the three things they are looking for in partnered teams:
- Organizations who share our values of always putting fans first, celebrate our diverse community, and are committed to supporting pros.
- Organizations who have created a strong connection with fans through engaging content, a compelling brand, and an exciting roster.
- Organizations who build for the long-term, with a focus on sustainability.
Another important thing to note is that the performances of these teams in the past tournaments were not a considered factor in selecting them as partners!
Here are the partnered teams and their rosters from all three regions.
|Fnatic||Boaster, Derke, Alfajer, Leo, Chronicle, Mistic (sub)|
|Team Liquid||soulcas, Jamppi, Sayf, Redgar, nAts|
|Team Vitality||MOLSI, Destrian, Twisten, ceNder, BONECOLD|
|Karmine Corp||Shin, Newzera, ScreaM, Nivera, xms|
|Team Heretics||mixwell, keloqz, Boo, zeek, AvovA|
|Giants||Fit1nho, hoody, nukkye, cloud, rhyme|
|NAVI||ANGE1, Shao, Zyppan, SUYGETSU, cNed|
|FUT Esports||mojj, qRaxs, qw1, MrFalin, ATA KAPTAN, Muj (sub)|
|BBL Esports||AsLanM4shadoW, QutionerX, Turko, Brave, Elite|
|KOI (Rumors)||koldamenta, Famsii, trexx, Sheydos, starxo|
|Sentinels||TenZ, zekken, dephh, pANcada, sacy, Sick (sub)|
|100 Thieves||Asuna, Derrek, stellar, bang, Cryocells|
|Cloud9||leaf, Xeppaa, Vanity, Zellsis, yay, qpert (sub)|
|NRG||s0m, ardiis, crashies, Victor, FNS|
|Evil Geniuses||Boostio, Reformed, jawgemo, COM, Apotheon, Ethan, BcJ|
|FURIA||qck, Khalil, mazin, dgzin, mwzera|
|LOUD||aspas, Less, saadhak, cauanzin, tuyz|
|MIBR||jzz, frz, heat, murizzz, RgLm, Txozin (sub)|
|KRÜ Esports||Klaus, NagZ, xand, Daveeys, axeddy|
|Leviatán||kiNgg, Tacolilla, Shyy, Nozwerr, Mazino, keznit (sub)|
|ZETA DIVISION||Laz, crow, Dep, SugarZ3ro, TENNN, barce (sub)|
|DetonatioN Gaming||Seoldam, Reita, xnrfi, Anthem, Suggest, takey (sub)|
|Gen.G||Meteor, k1Ng, iNTRO, TS, eKo, Secret (sub)|
|T1||xeta, Munchkin, ban, Sayaplayer, Carpe, BeomJun (sub)|
|DRX||stax, Rb, Zest, BuZz, Mako, foxy9 (sub)|
|Team Secret||JessieVash, DubsteP, BORKUM, Jremy|
|Paper Rex||mindfreak, f0rsakeN, Benkai, d4v41, Jinggg, CigaretteS (sub)|
|Rex Regum Qeon||2ge, Emman, EJAY, Tehbotol, fl1pzjder, Lmemore (sub)|
|Talon Esports||Crws, Foxz, Sushiboys, Patiphan, garnetS, JitboyS (sub)|
|Global Esports||SkRossi, AYRIN, t3xture, WRONSKI, Lightningfast, Bazzi, Monyet|
According to the rules from Riot, teams had to submit their lineups this year, which will play in the leagues next year. But they still have a chance to switch players, in various situations. They can do so before the start of these very leagues, which begin at the end of March 2023.
Riot Games will hold a Kickoff Tournament next February, where all 30 teams will be represented. The event will take place in São Paulo from February 14 to March 5.