Natus Vincere announce Valorant roster ahead of VCT 2023

Natus Vincere announce Valorant roster ahead of VCT 2023


Natus Vincere, better known as NAVI has announced its Valorant roster for the upcoming VCT 2023. While NAVI might still be relatively unknown in the Valorant competitive scene, the organization has made its mark in games like Counter-Strike and Rainbow Six Seige, having strong teams competing in both these events. Having secured a maiden spot in the partnership program, NAVI has been trying to go ahead with raw and relatively unknown talents to get a perfect blend in their team.


With the departure of Ardis “Ardiis” Svarenieks, who has all but declared himself as a free agent, the popular outfit has gone ahead and announced its roster, set to feature Zyppan and Shao. However the most deadly in the team would definitely be cNed. cNed is known for his headhunter ability with Chamber, and by making this switch from FPX, he will have a bone to pick with all those that felt he didn’t belong to the competitive arena.

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After the announcement of the complete roster, the team appears something like:

  • Kyrylo “ANGE1” Karasov
  • Andrey “Shao” Kiprsky
  • Pontus “Zyppan” Eek
  • Dmitry “SUYGETSU” Ilyushin
  • Mehmet “cNed” Yağız İpek

FPX former coach Erik “d00mbr0s” Sandgren is also speculated to join this roster, making them one of the prominent teams on paper, boasting of a fine blend between youth and experience. The team appears to be built around cNed, so he will be under pressure to deliver this year.

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100T announces its roster for VCT 2023


100T has gone ahead and revealed its entire roster for the upcoming VCT 2023, although it is yet to announce the sixth player. The current 100T roster appears like:

  • Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk
  • Derrek “Derrek” Ha
  • Brenden “stellar” McGrath
  • Matthew “Cryocells” Panganiban
  • Sean “bang” Bezerra

With Seangares stepping down as the head coach to pursue content creation, Mikes will be taking up the role of the new head coach. 100T have retained most of their roster, with Cryocells being the only notable signing to replace Sam who is not an inactive member and searching for a different franchise.


With VCT 2023 scheduled to start next year in February, all teams are pushing to fill up their roster. It will be interesting to find out who the 100T add as the final member in their roster.

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