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TSM Retools Valorant Roster, Bringing Back a Familiar Face For VCT Challengers

Multiple sources told Sportsluma that TSM is set to bring back the veteran FPS player, in addition to signing Nicholas "NaturE" Garrison to complete their VALORANT roster for the 2023 season.

TSM retools VALORANT roster, bringing back a familiar face for VCT Challengers
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 11, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Multiple sources told Sportsluma that TSM is set to bring back the veteran FPS player, in addition to signing Nicholas “NaturE” Garrison to complete their VALORANT roster for the 2023 season. TSM never quite found their footing during the 2022 VCT season. In the Stage One North American VCT Qualifier, TSM failed to qualify for the main event after a loss to Built By Gamers sent them packing. TSM did manage to qualify for Stage Two of the Main Event, but during the Main Event, they finished the Group Stage with a 1-5 record, finishing last in their group.If you need more information about TSM Retools Valorant Roster, Bringing Back a Familiar Face For VCT Challengers then read carefully and share with your friends.

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Due to TSM’s weak performance throughout the year, they didn’t even qualify for the North American Last Chance qualifiers.Hazed spent 2022 with the likes of NRG. During his time with NRG, he managed to qualify for both main events. However in Stage One, NRG did not qualify for the playoffs as they finished the group stage with a 1–4 record.

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Stage two proved to be a different story; NRG qualified for the playoffs with a group stage record of 2–3. NRG took on the likes of Ghost Gaming and Evil Geniuses before falling to FaZe Clan. Despite losing to FaZe, his fourth-place finish earned him 55 circuit points, enough to solidify his spot in the NA LCQ. The qualifiers proved too tough of a challenge for NRG, who lost to 100 Thieves and Cloud9 to end their 2022 season.

NaturE, formerly of Gen.G, failed to find success with the Korean-based outfit. Gen.G failed to qualify for any main events during 2022, relegating themselves to play in third-party tournaments such as the Knights Circuit Championship and the MCT Premiership.In addition to Hazed and Naturei, TSM’s new-look roster will include Johan “Seven” Hernandez, Corey Nigra, and Anthony “GMD” Guimond. The team will look to make a comeback in the Ascension League after a rocky 2022. The open qualifiers will begin on January 9.If you need like this article then share with don’t forget to share with your friends and keep supporting us.

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