KRÜ Esports presented the new roster of KRÜ Blaze, its women’s Valorant team for the 2023 season.
After its World Cup participation in December, the Argentine organization seeks to continue representing the region this year. This Monday, KRÜ Esports presented its Valorant women’s roster, KRÜ Blazewith which they will compete during 2023. Here at CodigoEsports we tell you all the news and new additions to the “Rosa”.
During 2023, the Valorant women’s competitive circuit took a big step with the first international event, the Game Changers Championship. That tournament culminated in the victory of G2 Gozen in an epic final against Shopify Rebellion 3-2, although it also had Latin American participation. How could it be otherwise, KRÜ disputed the competition after having won the title of their region. Although he did not have a great tournament, the Argentine organization will try to represent Latin America again. To this end, today they presented the KRÜ Blaze roster with some new faces.
KRU Blaze 2023
- constance «conir” Kings
- Romina «romi» Alvarez
- Keila «Kalita» Nava
- Louise “shyz” minarelli
- Michele Lorraine «micaela» Ferreira
- Rodrigo «FR1X» Rivas (Coach)
- beatrice «Baby» Hornes (Analyst)
From that team that played in the Game Changers Championship, Much of the base is maintained with conir, romi and Kalita. In the meantime, shyz and micaela they will arrive to take the places left by su and baesht. In the case of the Argentine player, she comes from playing for the 9z Team and got the runner-up in the South. For his part, shyz will arrive directly from Brazil, where he wore the TBK Esports jersey and, previously, that of B4. As for the staff, the participation of Baby as Analyst, who had past in Gamelanders.
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In short, KRÜ Blaze is preparing with new players and a renewed identity to try to dominate the South American circuit. The Game Changers Open Qualifier Begins January 23while the Closed will be held from the 30th of the same month.