Disguised Toast has recently addressed the struggles of his VALORANT team, DSG, in the NA VCT Challengers. The team has suffered three consecutive losses in the tournament. This prompted the streamer to apologize to fans and acknowledge the difficulty of the experience.
In a tweet on May 4, Disguised Toast expressed his disappointment in the team’s performance. He acknowledged the impact it has had on the players. “Esports have definitely been one of the more challenging experiences I’ve faced in my career,” he said. “They all message me after each loss apologizing for their performances and it really sucks to see them so defeated.”
Disguised Toast opens up about DSG’s lackluster performance
The streamer went on to explain that the attention and pressure on the team due to his name being associated with them have made losses even more difficult to handle. However, he also emphasized that the players are doing their best and that is all anyone can ask for. “They are each trying their best and that is all anyone can ask from someone,” he said.
Disguised Toast entered the esports scene in April by acquiring two Valorant teams. One team competed in the NA Challengers and the other attempted to qualify for the VCT Game Changers circuit. Disguised’s female team has played only a few series in April. However, the male DSG team has not met expectations in the Challengers tournament.
Despite the rocky start, DSG still has two series left to play in the NA Challengers circuit. Disguised is slated for games against M80 on May 12 and TSM the following week. While the team faces tough competition, there is still a chance to climb back up the rankings if they secure the next two wins.
Esports fans have rallied behind Disguised Toast and his team, showing support and encouragement in response to the streamer’s tweet. The NA VCT Challengers continues to be a highly competitive and exciting tournament, with many talented teams vying for the top spot.
Disguised Toast’s address of his Valorant team’s poor performance in the NA Challengers highlights the challenges and pressures faced by esports players. However, the streamer’s support and encouragement for his team show that even in defeat, there is still hope for future success.
Pranav Maytray is an eSports journalist at Firstsportz. He is a huge fan of well-designed stories and worlds. He loves to immerse himself in story-driven games like Elden Ring that are rich with intricate lore and provide heavy challenges to overcome. Besides this, he enjoys the thrill of stealth in games like Assassin’s Creed, with its historical and philosophical themes. He is currently in his final year of Mass Communication. His hobbies include creating music and art, and watching films and documentaries.
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