Valorant is a newcomer in the esports scene but in a very short period of time, Valorant became one of the most-watched esports in the world. In this fresh esports scene, we see new talented players every day who can potentially be the Best Emerging players in Valorant.
Best Emerging players in Valorant
We see new fresh faces in the Valorant every day. Some of them are unnoticed or underdog former esports players and some of them are totally new in the esports scene. Here are the Top 3 Best Emerging players in Valorant:
3. Rahul “curry” Nemani
Rahul “curry” Nemani is an American player who currently plays for T1. He is a retired professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player who most notably played for Triumph and Rebirth Esports. He was really famous in CS: GO as well but he is now in his prime as the IGL of T1. He started playing Valorant comparatively late but he caught up really quick and now he is the IGL of one of the elite North American Valorant teams. We can expect so much from this young IGL in Valorant.
2. TSM FTX Bang
Bang is totally fresh in the esports scene. TSM FTX is really hopeful with their new 5th player and duelist bangzera. He has no prior esports experience but 17 years old bang has insane aim and movement. TSM coach Chet explained why Bang was a better fit for the current team over Brax. “We needed someone more aggressive. Someone young. I felt Bang was the perfect piece, not only because he’s a free agent, but he talks a lot, entries hard, and has fresh ideas. Not to say Brax is a bad player, but he just didn’t fit our roles.”
1. Erik “penny” Penny
Erik “penny” Penny is a Canadian player who currently plays for Version1. He is a former professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player. Version1 was a total underdog entering into the VCT Challengers 2 but they proved everyone wrong in the VCT Masters 2. Penny was one of the main reasons why they managed to pull this off. Penny can be the next best Jett player in the world.