S8UL Esports part ways with its VALORANT Roster, Check what happened

S8UL Esports part ways with its VALORANT Roster
S8UL Esports part ways with its VALORANT Roster

S8UL Esports part ways with its VALORANT Roster: On 4th March, 2021, S8UL Esports set foot in VALORANT esports by signing former players of Team Paratroops (later known as Innocent 5). The announcement marked S8UL’s entry in PC Esports title. Given the massive success and hype surrounding Valorant, it makes sense that S8UL Esports also wanted a share of that lucrative pie.

However, under the current circumstances of a nationwide emergency situation, S8UL is temporarily taking a break from Valorant. Although, the organization is hopeful that they will make their return in the Valorant Esports scene once the situation gets better. Prioritizing, the safety of the players, the organization is releasing the roster that they signed only a couple of months ago.  Despite the temporary setback, S8UL Esports has confirmed via their Instagram post that they will ‘remain committed to have a foot print in the PC gaming community.’

The S8UL Valorant Roster consisted of talents like

  • Mithul “Binks69” Nayak
  • Harshvardhan “Kuzuri” Singh Panwar
  • Shreyas “Edit99” Kshirsagar
  • Sahil “Strixx” Rane
  • Tanmay “NotFox” Verma
  • Rishabh “EzzzYy” Gupta

 

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Following the disband of Team Paratroops back in January 2021, the team went on to participate in tournaments under the banner of Innocent 5 and managed to showcase impressive performances. They defeated XTZ in their debut match & also took down Global Esports in the Grand Finals of the LogitechxLoco Battlezone. In the second edition of the tournament, the team again managed to secure a top 3 spot in the esteemed league. Shortly after these achievements, the team got an offer to play under S8UL banner, something they couldn’t refuse as it was another chance for the team to get nationwide recognition.

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On the other hand, yesterday, S8UL announced its all new Free Fire roster for Free Fire City Open 2021. While the PC roster is going through a setback, the mobile gaming events are booming with the likes of Free Fire, COD Mobile around.  Although, this is not the first time when S8UL Esports joined the Free Fire Esports scene. They organization previously featured another Free Fire roster that participated in the Titan Invitational Cup. S8UL Esports finished at the Quarterfinals of the Clash Squad event while finishing at 4th position at the Battle Royale format. Now, the all new squad is going to feature new names under the banner. Check out the new Free Fire Roster.

S8UL Esports Free Fire Roster

  • Player 1- Martin
  • Player 2- Raju
  • Player 3- Mr. Gamer
  • Player 4- MIND

 

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