Noble reveals new Valorant roster
Noble introduced its new Valorant roster today just in time for Stage 3 of the Valorant Champions Tour. The organization announced that Nate “payen” Lopez, Brandon “bdog” Sanders, Timothy “frostyZK” Ly, and Aleko “LeviathanAG” Gabuniya are joining Colin “Precision” O’Neill on the team.
Leviathan and Bdog recently competed with Precision in the Nerd Street Gamers Championship May Qualifier. The team won four matches before losing against Rise in the playoff semifinals. The other two Noble players, Zachary “zekken” Patrone and Aiden “King” King departed the team this month. Zekken moved to XSET, and King was released from the team and is currently a free agent.
The two open spots now belong to payen and frostyZK. FrostyZK is a former Fortnite professional who has competed with several unsigned Valorant teams like Goofy Goobers and Goomba Squad. Payen previously played for Ghost Gaming. The team never made it into a main event, but payen still has experience against some of the best players in the region.
Now with a complete roster, Noble is ready for Stage 3 of the Valorant Champions Tour. Its new team will make play MIRACLE on June 28 in the Challengers 1 Open Qualifier. This is the first step in qualifying for Masters 3 Berlin.
North America has established itself as one of the best regions in Valorant. Sentinels dominated in Iceland, and the top teams in the region are only slightly behind them. Noble has a lot of work to do if they want to make a name for themselves. But a fresh roster might the change needed for success.
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