The same ranking of 10 names that will appear in the VCT 2023 Pacific region.
The list of 10 teams that will attend VCT 2023 in the Pacific region has been announced by Riot Games since early October and the lineups of all 10 names are also in the final stage although the transfer window has not ended yet. .
With that in mind, let’s take a look at the roster and gauge the strength of the top teams from our region.
There is no change in Paper Rex’s current lineup of destruction. Familiar names that will appear in next year’s Paper Dinosaur colors still include:
It is not difficult to understand that with the current lineup, Paper Rex is certainly still being evaluated as the top team in the Pacific region. Despite not having a good record at the recent Valorant Champions, the runner-up of VCT Master Stage 2 Copenhagen 2022 is expected to shine next year.
The Pacific region’s next big hope is DRX. There are also not many changes in the lineup, the team that is considered to have the best defense in the Valorant Champions 2022 will certainly retain its strengths. The names of DRX include:
Hopefully in the next year, DRX will continue to promote its extremely scientific and strong defensive play as well as have new lessons in offensive ability to achieve higher results.
The top team in the Japan region has resonated with relatively good performances in 2022. Despite not passing the group stage of Valorant Champions 2022, all of Zeta’s players left a mark in their hearts. fans, especially those who love Japanese Valorant.
It is not difficult to understand that this is still considered a potential team of the Asia-Pacific region and the team leadership still retains the old lineup including:
Another big name in the Korean e-sports village begins its Valorant journey: T1. Already well known to e-sports fans for having an extremely successful League of Legends roster, T1 invested a lot in the last transfer window to bring in potential names for VCT. 2023:
With a roster operating around Sayaplayer, the extremely high-quality Duelist that was just brought in in the last transfer window, T1 will become an extremely formidable opponent for any team.
The team from India with the presence of promising young talents led by the experience of former XSET member, AYRIN, although not overrated, is still a nasty dark horse in the region. .
AYRIN’s experience is really the perfect match for a young roster like Global Esports. The names that will appear in the colors of the team from India next year include:
An extremely large squad and up to 2 members who can play the role of IGL, HellrangeR and AYRIN, will definitely bring a situation-by-case mutation to Global Esports.
The team is no stranger in Southeast Asia and is relatively appreciated. Currently, Team Secret has not closed the official lineup when only 4 out of 5 members have been announced. Therefore, the strength of this team is still a mystery even though it is only temporarily classified in tier B. The four names that have been announced include:
Talon Esports surprised many fans when it announced the return of veteran player Patiphan to its roster. Talon also welcomes four other former Overwatch players to complete the roster, including:
With experienced names like Patiphan, Crws or Sushiboys, Talon Esports will have enough power to punish the opponent’s mistakes no matter who it is.
After an unsuccessful season, Gen.G restructured the roster with Meteor from Northception as the core. Other names are also extremely talented Korean recruits:
It is still a mystery when it is not known how cohesive the new members will be, but surely Gen.G, with the restructuring of the roster, has shown its determination in the next season. .
Detonation Gaming and Rex Regum Qeon
Both Detonation Gaming and Rex Regum Qeon have announced their lineups for next year, but the names of the two teams have not made any impression on fans. It is impossible to expect too much from Detonation Gaming and Rex Regum Qeon next year, but who knows, there will be surprises.
The list of members of Detonation Gaming includes:
Meanwhile, the names of Rex Regum Qeon include:
The burden of the title will rest on the shoulders of Paper Rex, DRX and the top teams but it will certainly also be motivated by the love and support of Valorant fans across the region. Will there be any surprises for the Pacific region in the year after the tournament in the past 2 years has been dominated by other regions?