According to sources, North American esports organization Renegades is looking at potentially re-entering VALORANT with an oceanic roster. Sources confirm they are looking at multiple free agent rosters and individual players in the oceanic region. Renegades let go of their North American roster back in early April this year.
Renegades will likely be trying to get a spot for APAC Franchising in 2023.
Renegades entered VALORANT back in July 2020 signing the Big Frames roster which included Berghy, Cp2, Nurfed, RandyySavage and Winsum. Renegades were one of the first organizations to sign a roster in VALORANT in North America.
Over the two years in VALORANT, Renegades have won multiple tournaments. Unfortunately, while they always looked like one of the scariest rosters in North America, Renegades never found their footing against some of the bigger teams in North America.
Renegades was founded in 2015, the organization has teams competing in Call of Duty, Counter-Strike, Fortnite, Rocket League, Apex Legends and Paladins. The organization is best known for their Australian roster in Counter-Strike.