LOUD’s Duelist player aspas has announced that his contract with the Brazilian organization has concluded, and he’s searching for new opportunities as an unrestricted free agent
LOUD’s Valorant player Erick “aspas” Santos has revealed that he is no longer with the team as his contract with the organization has ended. The Brazilian has also announced himself as a free agent looking for new opportunities in the 2024 VCT season. In the statement, the 20-year-old revealed that he can speak English and Portuguese, opening himself to offers from North American teams. He did not comment about joining any Japanese roster, even though there were speculations of this by the community after learning he was studying the Japanese language.
"Hey guys, 🐶
I came here to give you some news: my contract with LOUD has ended and with that I am a free agent and open to hearing proposals. “I can speak English and Portuguese”
I would like to thank LOUD for these 2 years and for everything they did for me. I also want to… pic.twitter.com/Al4RZCQn8p
— LOUD aspas 🌪️ (@loud_aspas) September 11, 2023
Moreover, aspas mentioned that he is currently staying with Sentinels player and former teammate Gustavo “Sacy” Rossi and then clarified that it doesn’t necessarily mean that he will be playing with Sacy.
aspas’ Next Stop as Talented Duelist
Credit: Riot Games
Through his incredible skills, aspas has established himself as the best Jett player in the world by dominating consistently for LOUD. He was the MVP at Champions 2022, where his domination as a Duelist allowed LOUD to hold their Champions trophy. As a result, he will be a highly sought-after player as someone who has achieved the biggest titles in the game’s Esports scene.
The consistency of aspas did not stop in 2023, as he was able to lead LOUD to the Grand Final of LOCK//IN, won the VCT Americas, and secured the top 4 spots at Champions 2022. During all these near misses, aspas’ contribution was paramount to the squad.
LOUD’s Current Roster
With aspas parting ways with the Brazilian squad, these are the remaining LOUD members –
- Felipe “Less” Basso
- Matias “Saadhak” Delipetro – IGL
- Cauan “cauanzin” Pereira
- Arthur “tuyz” Vieira
- Daniel “fRoD” Montaner – Head Coach
- Jordan “stk” Nunes – Assistant Coach