Popular content creator Disguised Toast has unveiled his new Valorant Game Changers roster, marking a comeback to competitive play in the North American scene
After a brief hiatus without a Valorant roster, Disguised Toast's esports organization, Disguised, has made a return to the Game Changers scene. The team had previously disbanded its North American Challengers League roster following relegation from the league. Earlier this year, Disguised had fielded a Game Changers roster for the first North American event, which garnered mixed reactions from fans due to the inclusion of content creators like Kyedae.
The prior roster's performance was underwhelming, as the team failed to advance past the open qualifier stage, facing defeat against Evil Geniuses and SHIFT X. Now, Disguised Toast has announced the formation of a new Game Changers roster in preparation for the upcoming Game Changers Series II tournament. The journey will commence with the open qualifier section on July 13, while the main event is scheduled from July 26 to July 30.
Disguised Toast Makes a Game Changers Comeback
The revamped Disguised Game Changers roster features seasoned players such as Hannah, who has previously competed for Gen.G Black, and Katarina, renowned for her contributions to VersionX. Notably, this iteration of the DSG roster does not include any content creators or influencers, aiming for a purely competitive approach.
They'll be participating in the 2nd Game Changer Open Qualifiers this Thursday! pic.twitter.com/lfKRJOzqzw
— DSG (@Disguised) July 10, 2023
Guiding this young and talented squad will be the team's head coach, along with Hannah and Katarina taking on leadership roles. The roster comprises a group of up-and-coming teenagers who will have the opportunity to showcase their skills in the Game Changers open qualifier, commencing on July 14.
By returning to the competitive Valorant scene, Disguised Toast's team aims to make a mark in the Game Changers tournament, demonstrating their dedication and passion for esports.