Esports organization 100 Thieves just shared that the final two members of the VALORANT team are on board. Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk and Quan “Dicey” Tran will round out the roster as the last two members.
Excited to announce the final two members of 100 Thieves VALORANT: Asuna & Dicey!
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) October 2, 2020
100 Thieves Asuna and Dicey
Alongside VALORANT pros Spencer “Hiko” Martin, Joshua “steel” Nissan, and Nicholas “nitr0” Cannella, the two newcomers look to round out a powerhouse team. Hiko, steel, and nitr0 even competed in CS:GO esports before the launch of VALORANT. With the addition of young talent like Asuna and Dicey, the team may be one of the strongest yet.
Though they’re young, the two new 17-year-old players have some experience under their belt. On top of boasting high VALORANT ranks, both Asuna and Dicey played professionally for Immortals. Their last esports event was the VALORANT Pop Flash Invitational where they lost against Team Envy. Now, with a stacked roster of veterans and new talent, Asuna and Dicey will help 100 Thieves VALORANT reach the top.
Riot Games’ own VALORANT tournament, First Strike, starts this month and sees the team back with a new lineup. After consistently weak performance’s in North America’s Ignition Series tournaments, 100T wants to change its standing.
When 100 Thieves first announced its entry into VALORANT esports, fans were not surprised since the game was at the peak of content creation. As an org that’s quick to jump on trends, 100T wasted no time to start a team. But fans didn’t expect former CS:GO pro Hiko to star as team captain. Then, when T1 dropped Austin “crashies” Roberts and Victor “food” Wong, 100 Thieves surprised fans by picking up steel when it looked like he’d go to T1. Now that 100T CS:GO esports coach Chet Singh wants to move to VALORANT too, roster possibilities are endless.
100 THIEVES ENTERS VALORANT
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) June 4, 2020
VALORANT esports has shown itself to be an explosive and exciting scene this summer. Since the game launched in June, organizations like 100 Thieves and Sentinels were quick to get teams in order. Bringing on Dicey and Asuna to 100 Thieves will surely improve the team’s standing in VALORANT esports.
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Written by Justin Amin