With the Valorant Off-Season tournaments for the Asia Pacific area on the horizon, loads of groups have already began shuffling their lineups. Reckoning Esports (RGE) is likely one of the organizations that’s overhauling its Valorant roster forward of the subsequent set of massive Valorant tournaments. Just lately, the workforce misplaced two of its gamers to Velocity Gaming and Revenant Esports however the group has introduced in overseas reinforcements to restrengthen its lineup to fill the void left by the 2 departing gamers. Reckoning Esports has acquired two new Malaysian gamers, Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan and Muhammad “Zeeq” Hazeeq to finish its Valorant roster.
Reckoning Esports roster shuffle in 2022
Might 2022 – L Streak Esports acquired SmokeA from RGE
September 2022 – Velocity Gaming acquired Deadly10
September 2022 – RGE acquired BADlove
Previous to the addition of the 2 new Malaysian gamers, Velocity Gaming acquired Deadly10, and Revenant Esports acquired BADlove from RGE. In consequence, RGE had two openings within the workforce.
Reckoning Esports acquires Fishball and Zeeq for his or her Valorant Roster
In an effort to fill the 2 openings within the workforce, Reckoning Esports acquired two Malaysian gamers for his or her Valorant roster.
Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan is a 16-year-old Valorant skilled participant. Earlier than becoming a member of Reckoning Esports, he performed underneath the banner of Dangerous Belugaz, a Malaysian Valorant workforce. He can be enjoying the position of the primary duelist within the workforce, filling the void of the duelist position.
Muhammad “Zeeq” Hazeeq is a 23-year-old Valorant skilled participant. Earlier than becoming a member of RGE, he represented a widely known Malaysian Valorant workforce, Kingsmen. He can be enjoying a versatile position within the workforce, which means that he’ll change his position with respect to the map or as required by the workforce.
Following the roster modifications, Reckoning Esports’ present Valorant lineup is
Aditya “Pixelzz” Gulhane
Atharv “Rio” Ahire
Harsh “harshhh” Arora
Gaurav “CrosshaiR” Chabukswar
Muhammad Nabil “fishball” Shazwan
Muhammad “Zeeq” Hazeeq
The brand new roster of Reckoning Esports will play their first match in TEC Challenger Series Qualifiers on thirtieth September.
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