Valorant Organizations that did not pursue franchising are beginning to make measures to either enable the sale of player contracts or to release players from their contracts to pursue other alternatives. XSET is the most recent squad to reveal their roster for the 2023 season.
The whole XSET squad, as well as commentator Drew “DrewSpark” Spark-Whitworth and coach Don “Syyko” Muir, was just released.
Zachary “zekken” Patrone and Brendan “BcJ” Jensen were let go, while Matthew “Cryocells” Panganiban was assigned to 100 Thieves for the next season. Jordan “AYRIN” He and Rory “dephh” Jackson are both unrestricted free agents at the moment. If you want to receive an update regarding your favorite players/teams you can go to OKbet Sportsbook ph or go directly to OKbet Games.
XSET Valorant Annoucement
XSET has not announced any intentions for next year after failing to form a cooperation with Riot for the 2023 season. It is unknown if XSET intends to deploy a lineup in the tier-two scene for the Ascension events next year, or whether it will depart entirely.
The lineup performed well this year, finally making it to an international event despite losing out on Masters tournaments in many of the Challengers events over the previous two years. XSET attended Masters Copenhagen and fell early in the event, but remained much longer in the Champions tournament, finishing fifth-sixth. OpTic, which fell to LOUD in the grand final match, was the only NA team to get farther than them.
Aside from Cryocells, no other XSET members have formally confirmed their departure from the team. Dot Esports claimed this morning that Syyko had signed with Sentinels, although no official statement from the team has been made as of the time of writing.
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